Now that the so-called centrist movement - No Labels - has launched, I've noticed a change in the air.
People are nicer. The polarization that would mar conversation seems to have dissipated like a bad dream, replaced by a joyful citizenry conducting dialogue with verve and lightheartedness.
Just outside, I saw a small black child.
And we owe all of this - not to the people of America - but to those important media types who know better: the Frums, the Brooks, the Galstons. Yes, I said it, the Galstons!
It seemed like only weeks ago William A Galston told us in the Washington Post
, that No labels...
...will establish lines that no one should cross... Politicians, media personalities and opinion leaders who recklessly demonize their opponents should be on notice that they can no longer do so with impunity..."\
Yep, there's a new sheriff in town, and he's wearing a sundress.
Sorry: "No labels" may be the most un-American thing since soccer.
Telling us they "will establish lines no one should cross?" A bunch of media hacks telling the rest of us that we are "on notice"?
To that I say "Ha." Followed by "Ha Ha."
So, who are they targeting?
It's not politicians. Those weren't the ones holding signs. It has to be the American people - the ones who spoke up, and out. So this manufactured BS is really another smug reaction to the Tea Party - the train that left without them.
And by the way, the last time I checked, more than a few of these "No Label" snots have done some polarizing of their own. There's one who wrote a book called Wingnuts
, and another who claims he coined "Axis of Evil."
Anyway, thank God for Nonolabels. You can go there on Twitter right now. Its sole mission? To ridicule and demonize Nolabels with incendiary rhetoric.
Yep, it's a hate group. And we couldn't be happier!
And if you disagree with me, you're most likely worse than Hitler.