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The Curse of Douthatism
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Another elitist advocate of eat-your-broccoli politics:

Even though most Americans claim to oppose the bailout, the House GOP’s obstructionism is widely viewed as having worsened the economic situation . . .

What an Everest of haughty Harvard-educated condescension is contained in the phrase “most Americans claim to oppose the bailout.” The same establishment insiders who did nothing to avert the disaster offer their expert solution to the problem — foisting a $700 billion burden on the taxpayers — and the people who angrily answered, “Hell, no!” are credited only with claiming to oppose the bailout. Obviously, without benefit of an Ivy League education, nobody actually knows what they believe.

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