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It is absolutely a condition of the age of the triumph of conservative personality politics, where entertainers shouting slogans are taken seriously as political actors, and where the incentive structures exist to stomp on dissent and nuance, causing experimental voices to retrench and allowing a lot of people to pretend that the world around them is not changing. The obsession with ACORN, Climategate, death panels, the militarization of rhetoric, Saul Alinsky, Chicago-style politics, that TAXPAYERS will fund the bailout of banks -- these aren't meaningful or interesting or even relevant things to focus on. (The banks will fund their own bailouts.)He willingly disparages the Tea Party movement with his dismissal of our concerns and complains about the "conservative echo chamber" having an unhealthy effect on our positions.
In a way, I like his way of thinking. It keeps the left in denial about what is going to happen come November.
Hat Tip: Legal Insurrection