Thursday, January 13, 2005

Bill Whittle, whom I sometimes find a bit overbearing and didactic, has a better-than-usual take on the dearth of liberal actor-politicians. He believes that good actors are hollow people, with no real interior life or ideas of their own, and theorizes that bad actors, who have too much self to be effective in their chosen profession, have a competitive advantage in politics. I guess. Anyways, check it out - not bad.

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