Finding a Voice

Carol Platt Liebau
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Posted: Aug 11, 2010 10:27 PM
Tony Blankley perfectly captures the anger among the American people in this column.  Here's a snippet:

A foul and dangerous brew is heating up that is composed of: (1) The economic collapse that started in 2008; (2) the radical, "fundamentally transforming" left-wing agenda of the government; and, (3) the thwarting of the public will -- with glee -- by the entrenched, non-elected powers (in the courts, media, colleges and government bureaucracies) as they get into the face and under the skin of the cultural and political majority.

It is insufferable (and will not long be suffered) to be lectured to and imposed upon by a ruling class that loathes our nation's history, values and accomplishments; by those who are not, in fact, our genuine betters. They are neither better educated nor more profoundly morally versed.

He's right.  Let us hope that 2010 is the year that the Silent Majority finds its voice, and installs a "ruling class" that has the decency and humility not to think of itself that way.