George Will: ‘The Education of This President Is a Protracted and Often Amusing Process’ | NewsBusters: "GEORGE WILL: The education of this president is a protracted and often amusing process - as it was this week - as he continues to alight upon the obvious with a sense of profound and original discovery. He's alighting on what is obvious to governors. This is really why we should have governors more often than senators as president.
The president is saying the trouble with big government is it's so darned big. And like a lot of other big organisms - dinosaurs spring to mind - it has a central nervous system, it’s sclerotic, it's governed by inertia, and it’s hard to move. This from a man who's devoted his life to increasing the power of government as an instrument of the redistribution of income because government is wiser than markets at that. It’s, as I say, highly amusing."
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