TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2011
Rabin-Havt gets it (very) right: It’s easy to mock the person who sees that something is wrong, but doesn’t know how to fix it.
People like that are found in all movements. The other tribe quickly attacks.
In this superb post at Media Matters, Ari Rabin-Havt takes us back to the year 2000. Larry Summers is the heavy. Zack Exley gets it right.
People in Occupy see things are wrong. So do some people in the tea party. All are in the 99 percent. Or have we already discarded the math upon which this new movement is based?