FOR ONCE, FOX MISJUDGES ITS AUDIENCE
I was actually surprised to see this at FoxNews.com.
Coming out against a large corporation? Fox? Really? That doesn't seem like the modern conservative movement I know. Maybe I've misunderstood things -- maybe the new righties really do hate people in power who abuse that power.
Then I saw the vote, and I realized my hunch had been correct:
There you go: the great teabagging masses of Foxland look at the Toyota situation -- the accidents, the recalls, the coverups -- and decide to side with the huge company.
There's your "anti-authoritarian" movement, folks.
Don't hold your breath waiting for these people ever to turn skeptical about anyone holding any kind of power -- other than a Democrat.
(See also my previous post on Toyota's attempt to blame regulators, an effort seconded by Indiana governor and ex-Bushie Mitch Daniels.)