Thursday, November 30, 2006

George Will is not impressed

Apparently, George Will is not impressed by new Senator elect Jim Webb.

When -- if ever -- Webb grows weary of admiring his new grandeur as a "leader'' who carefully calibrates the "symbolic things'' he does to convey messages, he might consider this: In a republic, people decline to be led by leaders who are insufferably full of themselves.

George Will lobbed a few zingers Jim Webb's way:

Based on Webb's behavior before being sworn in, one shudders to think what he will be like after that. He already has become what Washington did not need another of, a subtraction from the city's civility and clear speaking.

Here is the link to the article in it's entirity.

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