Sunday, December 14, 2008 1:06 PM
Terrence Jeffrey writes:
Bill Kristol, the often insightful, ever-influential editor of The Weekly Standard, used his column in The New York Times this week to offer some advice to conservatives who advocate small government: Cut it out.
The essence of Kristol's argument is that small government is not popular, therefore advocating it is not a smart strategy for a political faction seeking power in a representative government.
Jeffrey explains everything that's wrong with that reasoning here.
Funny how many conservatives are telling other conservatives to "cut it out."