The Devastation of the Democrat Party
Bob Novak, in his Thursday column, writes about the "grim" present and future of the Democrat Party in governance, "with Democrats largely restricted to enclaves on both coasts and some Midwestern industrial areas."
Watching the President this morning having a blast while holding the press corps to the "One Question Rule," I realized that things could be interesting. I don't know that we'll see a Republican lordship akin to the one the Democrats exercised in the day, but perhaps we'll be rid of the occasional timidity.
And on a side note, Novak also wrote of the Republican grip on "the old confederacy." It might be that this particular conflict was seared in Mr. Novak's memory from childhood.