The unusual thing about this article ("Losing the Class War") is not its message. Its message is in fact pretty straightforward: to wit, that the Democratic nominees for Senator and Governor in Ohio are both trying, and failing, to rouse public anger against the Republican nominees through some good, old-fashioned pseudo-populist demagoguery. They're trying this because both Gov. Strickland (who is losing his re-election bid to John Kasich) and Lt. Gov. Fisher (who is losing the Senate race to Rob Portman) are heavily reliant on Big Labor to generate some sort of buzz for their moribund campaigns; and they're failing because under their watch Ohio's economy has, well, tanked. More to the point, the population of Ohio is aware that the current leadership team of Ohio consists of two gibbering, would-be rabble-rousers who apparently have, as they say, Poor Impulse Control. So, again, that's not the unusual thing of that article.
No, the unusual thing is that it was on NPR: there's some sort of partnership thing going on there with National Review Online. I guess somebody over at NPR can put two and two together, and get Armageddon...
Crossposted to Moe Lane.