Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Every Body cries, a Union is absolutely necessary, but when they come to the Manner and Form of the Union, their weak Noddles are perfectly distracted.
This quote suggests that people generally agree on the need for unity and cooperation, but struggle to agree on the specifics of how to achieve it. The phrase "weak Noddles" implies that individuals become easily confused or overwhelmed when it comes to deciding on the manner and form of a union. It highlights the challenges faced in reaching consensus and the tendency for disagreements and confusion to arise when trying to establish a unified approach.