Over at the Wall Street Journal, Peggy Noonan has characterized the upcoming election as one that will pit an army of grassroots citizens (who are nothing less than livid) against a weary Washington crowd that can barely catch its breath.
Here's how she puts it:
"This election is more and more shaping up into a contest between the Exhausted and the Enraged.
In a contest like that, who wins? That's like asking, "Who would win a sporting event between the depressed and the anxious?" The anxious are wide awake. The wide awake win."
And Noonan has revealing and perceptive comments and first-hand testimony from Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee to back it all up. It's powerful stuff.
Click here to read Peggy Noonan's column at the Journal.