"...the rage is inchoate and Know-Nothing, you know, the Sarah Palins, Tea Parties, ... these people have always existed in America life, always, historically, there's nothing there... I was telling someone the other day, you know, if you read American history, the Ku Klux Klan had a march down a Washington D.C. main boulevard of a hundred thousand people in white hoods... we have this tradition of ignorance... let's not talk about it and be productive, most people work for a living, they don't sit around and kvetch..."
(JB) That's enough to understand the incoherence of the Hollywood Left.
The hip cool crowd that was potent and mobilized in 2008 has become feckless and lost in 2010. Odd how it shifts, but then again it is a lesson of markets that extreme turmoil brings more turmoil, and that there never was a reason to expect the political markets to settle down after electing an unknown and untested freshman senator from Illinois who brought no experience of Washington to the White House."