It is becoming predictably routine that every time Bill Moyers speaks he produces a classic oration of eloquence and reason. Tonights closing commentary on his PBS Journal is no exception:
In this excerpt, Moyers applies his unique insight to fellow Texan, Karl Rove:
“Karl Rove figured out a long time ago that the way to take an intellectually incurious draft-averse naughty playboy in a flight jacket with chewing tobacco in his back pocket and make him governor of Texas, was to sell him as God’s anointed in a state where preachers and televangelists outnumber even oil derricks and jack rabbits.”
Watch the video because, once again, Moyers nails it.