August 14, 2016

IN THE HEART OF DIVERSITY CULTURE: “Such is the parochialism of a Manhattan childhood that it seems entirely plausible I simply never imagined that anyone I was fond of could be a Republican.”

UPDATE (From Ed): There’s a reason why Manhattan liberal turned conservative Harry Stein’s book published shortly after Obama was elected was titled I Can’t Believe I’m Sitting Next to a Republican!

It’s the phrase an elite lefty bellowed the previous year when Stein punctured the tulip-mania level groupthink a dinner party in tawny Hastings-on-Hudson (Keith Olbermann’s childhood town!) by suggesting that perhaps Obama might be just a tad ill-suited and unprepared for the presidency.

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