What does it say about the Democratic party that its entirely uncritical relationship with the teachers’ union has become the baseline against which to measure other panders.
This from the Talk of the Town section in the most recent New Yorker, in which George Packer analyzes the Republican presidential candidates, who he claims try to outdo one another, burnishing tough foreign policy stances while
“. . . pandering to the war lobby as if they were Democrats addressing the teachers’ union.”
And this is The New Yorker, mind you, not the National Review.