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  • He says they were hardly thrilled, at first, with the idea of their finance father becoming a wurstmeister.

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  • "In sausage making, you generally have one person, the wurstmeister, who runs the business and makes the decisions."

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  • *wonders where one can find sausage plant seeds*

    December 6, 2010

  • “I’m so insulted when people say that lawmaking is like sausage making,” said Stanley A. Feder, president of Simply Sausage, whose plant here turns out 60,000 pounds of links a year.
    “With legislation, you can have hundreds of cooks — members of Congress, lobbyists, federal agency officials, state officials,” Mr. Feder said. “In sausage making, you generally have one person, the wurstmeister, who runs the business and makes the decisions.”

    ("If Only Laws Were Like Sausages", by Robert Pear. The New York Times, December 4, 2010)

    December 5, 2010