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The Eye of the Needle is Awfully Thin These Days

Ed Driscoll » The Eye of the Needle is Awfully Thin These Days

“Only one question remains — what area of the private sector — aside from the slip-and-fall attorneys — isn’t hated and vilified by the Obama Democrats?”

I can give you two and more will cross my mind while typing.
1. The dream factories of Hollywood. While their actual policies may be bad for the movie business, in that everyone suffers when the customers have no money, the mutual admiration society between the fantasists making movies and the fantasists trying to remake the world into their dreams continues. Washington remains "Hollywood for ugly people."

2. Luxury goods and service suppliers are loved by the Democrats. Purveyors of fine wines, artisan cheeses, limousines, and bespoke sustainable and secure architecture are cosseted and displayed with the zeal that Society matrons of the 1950s and '60s reserved for angry young man playwrights and non-representational artists.

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