Learning from Chaos

The following paragraphs from a New York Times article, on business groups with buyer’s remorse, says a lot:

Joe Echevarria, the chief executive of Deloitte, the accounting and consulting firm, said, “I’m a Republican by definition and by registration, but the party seems to have split into two factions.”

While both parties have extreme elements, he suggested, only in the G.O.P. did the extreme element exercise real power. “The extreme right has 90 seats in the House,” Mr. Echevarria said. “Occupy Wall Street has no seats.”

How is having a powerless left working out for America?


4 thoughts on “Learning from Chaos

  1. hamock myson

    aren’t we forgetting about the honorable gentleman from florida’s ninth?

    c’mon, give a cheer for the fightin’ ninth…

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