‘Revolt of the Bourgeois.’

See Glenn Reynolds and Rich Lowry; my only contribution to this is a bit of confusion that this is somehow surprising.  After all, we are talking about a movement that, when it throws tea into a harbor as part of a protest, does so with ropes attached so that they can fish the tea out afterward.

Because otherwise somebody will have to clean that up, of course.  And it’d be the taxpayers who will have to pay to have it cleaned up.

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