Monday, August 07, 2017

"Their Nonstop Need to Hector Others Is Fundamental to Who They Are"

"It wasn’t that long ago—say, the early 1990s—when Republicans were perceived as intruding into people’s private lives by talking about family values, saying no to drugs, and framing issues in moral terms. Today there can be little doubt that the broad American wish to be left alone is more strongly identified with the GOP, and that the Democratic party is providing a lavishly welcoming political home for the busybodies."

Kyle Smith at The National Review argues that Democrats have a "hamburger problem."

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