Andrew Sullivan, at the end of a quote about how the cultural gap between Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party prevents them from ever working together, says:
The only way they could actually unite with OWS would be if the cultural right re-embraced its early twentieth century suspicion of capitalism as a threat to traditional mores. Which doesn’t seem likely any day soon.
True, alas. But we right-wing hippies, Bohemian Tories and other traditionalist conservatives are just lying in wait here in a Benedictine monastery on the outskirts of Hobbiton, waiting on word from Mecosta and Port Royal, as well as for Roger Scruton to show up with the wine … and biding our time.