Today's column by Bill Kristol in the New York Times is absolutely hilarious. The gist of the column is to try to defend populism, and this is really, really funny coming from Kristol, who gets around to it by immediately dropping quotes in that awesome populist language, Latin. Then, he scales new heights of ridiculousness by going on and on about the "elites," both "media elites" and otherwise, and their wicked ways.
LOL. Bill Kristol, born in New York City, favored and pampered son of the founder of neoconservatism, founder and editor of a national magazine, regular contributor to Fox News, columnist for the New York Times, graduate of Harvard, user of Latin... throwing stones at the elites. Is he being intentionally ludicrous?
On the other hand, this is the guy who dug up Sarah Palin, and I'll always be thankful for that.
EDIT: I'm forced to the conclusion that this isn't really the latest Bill Kristol column, but rather a brilliant parody concocted by some mad, genius parodist. Well done!