Aug 17, 2010
Famed US author Ray Bradbury on Monday told the Los Angeles Times that this country needs a “revolution” and that he gets burned up by the idea of his works going digital.
Bradbury, author of “The Martian Chronicles” in which colonists from a devastated Earth encounter natives on Mars, lashed out at President Barack Obama  for not backing development a moon base to be used to “fire off a rocket to Mars”.
“Then when we do that, we will live forever,” he told The Times, before going on to complain about the growth of government in the United States.
“I think our government needs a revolution. There is too much government today,” he said.