His closing thought: “We are not a fragile people; we are not going to be defeated by tenured radicals”.
“Laughter is the most ruinous thing you can direct at these people”.
Good video. At the end Will says, "We cannot fake being as fragile and tramatized and infantile as they are, and why try?" That was hilarious. It's unfortunate he's an atheist.
I'm actually less hopeful than he is about the robustness of "the American people". But he is largely correct in his analysis.
Sadly, I agree with your assessment. :´^(
Have not finished listening to this; but beginning looks good.But, I was very disappointed in George Will, a few weeks ago, I saw him on Fox News panel argue, that the Bakers "should bake the cake" for the homosexuals. (in discussing the same sex marriage issue and the bakers, florists, and photographers who are being forced or fined and destroyed if they don't want to participate.)Seems inconsistent with his talk here.
For more context of the George Will, "bake the cake" statement. He did call the Gays "sore winners" in the debate, and that got them upset at him. The video is no longer there, but there is a transcript of G.W's exchange with Chris Wallace.http://www.dailykos.com/story/2014/03/03/1279052/-George-Will-Bake-the-Cake