Grover Norquist has got a hilarious, priceless take on the Bayh retirement up over at Politico. It’s well-worth your time to click over to read the whole thing, but here’s an excerpt to whet your appetite before you go:
Evan Bayh’s lament is that he is too good for Washington. He is disappointed by everyone else. Like George Bush in 2004 he cannot cite any error on his part. Bayh must leave as he is too wonderful for this town. This is junior high school self-referential silliness. For his sake I hope he is covering up something truly juicy or we will all be asphyxiated by this terminal cloying claptrap.
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