In today's Boston Globe, David Mamet skewers his favorite target.
Last week I was at my daughter's summer camp. The camp is found in an area long recognized as the epicenter of the silly liberal.
Its latest outrage was a display of signing during the camp pageant.
There were the kids, got up as various papier-mache deities of some hunter-gatherer group, and there was a concerned parent, signing away, merrily as a grig, to an audience of parents - none of whom were deaf.
Why, then, was this woman signing?
Mamet draws the inevitable conclusion. "She was not signing to the deaf, she was waving her arms to make herself feel good."
The question before us is not ''Who misled Bush?'' the question is how long we Americans, Democrat and Republican, will continue to engage in self-delusive behavior and call it democracy.