P.S.: Gould's fallback proposals for quick secret ballot elections seem like a much more sensible reform than the official Dem plan to completely replace secret ballot elections with the non-secret, individual signing of cards ("card check"). Gould's reforms also don't seem like nearly enough to reverse the decades-long slide in private sector unionization rates, which has a deep, rational basis. (Most obviously: Would you want your industry to look like Detroit's unionized Big Three?) ... 12:16 A.M.
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
"[T]he charitable reaction was that it was insane."
P.S.: What does McCain's impulse say about his predictabiity when it comes to Supreme Court appointments? Just a thought.** ... Hey, Cuomo's a lawyer! ...
**A thought George Will already had. ...11:40 P.M.
"Is Obama really that good a speaker?" Daniel Finkelstein's valued overseas perspective:
I find that too often he can be an empty, rather woolly speaker. Someone who likes the sound of his own voice a bit much.