Once again, liberalism rears its ugly, condescending head and tries to turn its Ritalin-deficient focus on the American electorate. This time, it's Eugene Robinson of The Washington Post, offering up his assessment of the American voting public. The good news? We ballot-casting citizens are not imbecilic rubes anymore. The bad news? Now we're the kid at Toys R'Us who won't stop screaming until Mommy gets him his toy. You know the kind I'm talking about.
So The Washington Post shows us, yet again, why print is being supplanted by the web. And it also shows why liberals cannot be trusted in the fourth estate or in the government: when they believe you're too childish to govern yourself, it's only a matter of time before they try send you to bed without supper.