For anyone wondering about the continued relevance, or lack thereof of “conservative” pundit George Will, this example of his writing should be enough to put any question to bed. Will writes in National Review:
Washington — With a disgust commensurate with the fact, Michael Bennet, the Colorado Democrat, says that during 40 percent of his ten Senate years the government has been run on “continuing resolutions.” Congress passes these in order to spare itself the torture of performing its primary function, which is to set national priorities. Bennet is too serious a person to be content in today’s Senate, and if Democrats are as serious as they say they are about defeating Donald Trump, Bennet should be their nominee.
Bennet checks a requisite number of progressive boxes:
He has endorsed — perfunctorily, one hopes — other candidates’ gesture-legislation to “study” reparations for slavery.
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