GEORGE WILL: At the end of the day, we have good, decent Americans listening not to John Quincy Adams and Lincoln and Roosevelt and Eisenhower, but listening to this low-life from Queens paying off his low-lives from Playboy magazine. I mean, I think there does come a point at which the American people will say enough.
I don’t think, Lawrence, that the American people by and large are angry. I think they’re deeply embarrassed and I think they are sad at what has become of the country. And I think at the end of the day, embarrassment and sadness are most explosive than anger.