« Rediscovering a Catholic Bestseller | Main | New G-File! »

Too big for their britches

Christopher Caldwell's Casual Column in last week's Weekly Standard has it just about right. Caldwell thinks that the Democrats are driven by small-town people who think they are so much superior to, and have moved on from, small-town people generally. I remember my own attitude upon leaving Bremen, Indiana for college over twelve years ago--and it wasn't pretty. That was one reason why college was the most liberal I ever got (which still seemed conservative to the real rabble rouser lefties). Gradually I realized, thanks to conversion to Catholicism, that I had become a snob. And so my politics became again more conservative. Can one be a Dem these days without despising ordinary people?


TrackBack URL for this entry:

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Too big for their britches:

» discount tire from discount tire
discount tire [Read More]

» discount tires from discount tires
discount tires [Read More]

» easter cards from easter cards
easter cards [Read More]

» sanyo ringtones from sanyo ringtones
free sprint ringtones cool ringtones steelers ringtone free motorola ringtones motorola v262 ringtones [Read More]

» usher mp3 from usher mp3
beatles mp3 rob zombie mp3 naruto mp3 mozart mp3 techno mp3 dido ... [Read More]

» hawaiian flower from hawaiian flower
hawaiian flower [Read More]

» cheap adipex from cheap adipex
Information for buy adipex AdPxPharM211 [Read More]

» cheap pentermine from pentermine
pentermine [Read More]

» cialis generic viagra from buy generic cialis generic cialis online
canada cialis generic canada generic cialis buy generic cialis online [Read More]

» tramodol hcl from tramodol hydrochloride
tramodol hcl cheap tramodol [Read More]

» cheep flights from cheep flights
cheep tickets, cheep flights. [Read More]

Post a comment

(If you haven't left a comment here before, you may need to be approved by the site owner before your comment will appear. Until then, it won't appear on the entry. Thanks for waiting.)


This page contains a single entry from the blog posted on November 29, 2004 7:18 PM.

The previous post in this blog was Rediscovering a Catholic Bestseller.

The next post in this blog is New G-File!.

Many more can be found on the main index page or by looking through the archives.

Powered by
Movable Type 3.34