G.Will Just Couldn't Leave Well Enough Alone
By: Mark W Adams

He just had to go there. In an otherwise thoughtful piece about the usurpation of Congressional war-making powers that is timely and included historical allegories that bear directly on today, George Will opened up his mouth wide enough to fit both feet in.
For today's Democrats, resistance to unilateral presidential war-making
reflects not principled constitutionalism but petulance about the
current president.
You know, it's that kind of haughty dismissal of how about 70% of Americans feel, and probably 99.9% of Democrats, that just pisses off those of us who aren't part of the Versailles press.

Jesus, what an arrogant prick.