Yesterday, Barack Obama made an unexpected appearance at the daily press briefing to stress the need for bipartisanship, while at the same event, Robert Gibbs demonstrated the way the White House apparently intends to put it into practice. Chris Muir brilliantly ties this to the entire nanny-state impulses of the Democrats and the Obama administration in a must-see entry of his Day by Day series:
We expect comedians to poke fun at politicians. We should expect a little more from our national leaders and their spokespeople, but as Chris points out, pushing an agenda that assumes that the electorate is infantile tends to influence how the elite attempt to relate to the governed. Be sure to read Chris’ exceptional work every day, as I have for years.