Liberal crony culture
Stop me before I vote again sounds like they'd enjoy a late night drinking session with Bob Somerby:
The conservative crony culture plays the game better, however, and in response the liberal crony culture has adopted the business model, used advisedly, of attempting to manage the race to the bottom.
That works well for them electorally when, and only when, the crony culture of the conservatives guides the race to the bottom at pace too fast and too frightening for the people whose business model is the power-tie Stakhanovite's extraction of rents. Politically, win or lose in elections, the liberal crony culture prospers. They're indispensable. Although for how much longer is an interesting question.
What makes the liberal crony culture so much more contemptible, which takes some effort with the conservatives as competition, is that they have a vague inkling that somehow, in some strange way, they've handed power to the conservatives.
And that's why it's funny when Glenn Beck targets Cass Sunstein.
Of course, Glenn Beck's never going to make it to the Supreme Court. Cass Sunstein might.