In today’s American Spectator, I suggest a way for progressives with buyer’s remorse to reinstate their self-esteem:
In 2008, millions of voters developed a malady that Andrew Klavan has diagnosed as ‘electile dysfunction.’ They voted for Barack Obama because their capacity for critical thinking had been rendered flaccid by content-free mottos like ‘hope and change’ and meaningless slogans like ‘We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.’
During the ensuing four years, however, many have recovered.
In addition to the millions of independents who now realize that they made a grievous error in casting their ballots for Obama, more than a few progressives are also in remission … probably accompanied by a certain amount of embarrassment when they recall how they mindlessly chanted “Yes we can!” like so many preschoolers.
But there is a cure for this malady. To read the rest of the column, click here.