|Liberal ready to trap a "faction"|
Here's George's opening salvo: "Liberals have a rendezvous with regret. Their largest achievement is today’s redistributionist government. But such government is inherently regressive: It tends to distribute power and money to the strong, including itself. Government becomes big by having big ambitions for supplanting markets as society’s primary allocator of wealth and opportunity. Therefore it becomes a magnet for factions muscular enough, in money or numbers or both, to bend government to their advantage."
George Will's entire column
George, this disingenuous column could've been written by a schoolboy, but you wrote it. One way to read it is the way you wrote it.
The other way to read it is: "the 99% have blindly and contemptibly made it possible for the 1% to take control and take more than their share." That smells bad, George. Please admit that what you wrote isn't simply an innocent mistake.
More of my comments on the 99%