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“George Wallace had tapped into this resentment, regularly referring to these pointy-headed liberals trying to tell “us” what to do.”
“They accused us of being pointy-headed bureaucrats who lacked respect for the values of Middle America and vowed, by God, to take revenge.”
“Ever notice that it's always Education Secretary Arne Duncan or the pointy-headed wonks talking about how bipartisan education is and how the conditions are always ripe for a speedy reauthorization of No Child Left Behind -- but rarely the White House or the education groups or the savvy political operators who actually know what they're talking about?”
“The man knocked the pointy-headed snowman down after getting a visit from sheriff's deputies.”
“Just as all politics is identity politics (very few people identify with “pointy-headed intellectuals”), most politics is adversarial: if you can caricature your opponents more effectively, you win.”
“The fact that immigration has zero economic impact on elites and pointy-headed intellectuals is, in fact, a very important element of the debate.”
“But who knew that over seventy percent of the country is composed of pointy-headed elites?”
“The problem is not one of party, it is a problem of pointy-headed elites.”
“He's already picked up on the Dilbert pointy-headed boss's blog, which has been making me smile for the past few days.”
“Nevertheless, unless an expert is trundled in by the media to bolster a particular point of view, as a fleshly argumentum ad verecundiam, people who actually know what they're talking about tend to be quickly categorized, in arch-knuckledragger George Wallace's words, as pointy-headed intellecshuls.”
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