Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Credit Where It's Due

Markos Moulitsas, via Politico:

“The old structures have been eroding, ever since we knocked Joe Lieberman out of the Democratic Party in 2006,” he said. “We've only gotten more sophisticated in the subsequent years, while insurgents on the right have joined the party. There's no doubt that the inability of both parties to govern effectively has played a role, but we're building a world in which people can bypass their parties' institutional forces and make up their own minds on who to support.”

Well said, and quite right (no pun intended). Read the whole Politico piece; it's likely causing hives to break out all over institutional D.C.

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