Scott Rasmussen says that the recall in Colorado, the public's refusal to fall in line behind the President's call for war in Syria and the fact that the public is growing impatient with the nation's debt situation are all signs that the "political class" is no longer a "ruling class". But one question he didn't address is who will fill the void?
David Brooks of the New York Times gives a clue.
“What’s going on in the House, and a bit in the Senate, too, is what you might call the rise of Ted Cruz-ism,” Brooks said. “And Ted Cruz, the senator from Canada through Texas, is basically not a legislator in the normal sense, doesn’t have an idea that he’s going to Congress to create coalitions, make alliances, and he is going to pass a lot of legislation. He’s going in more as a media-protest person. And a lot of the House Republicans are in the same mode. They’re not normal members of Congress. They’re not legislators. They want to stop things. And so they’re just being — they just want to obstruct.” [Daily Caller]
So does the public want something done or nothing done? What say you?