Robert A. Quinn writes:
Sam Farr was quoted in The Herald on Nov. 4th as saying, “I think if the rest of the country had invested in higher education like California, you would have had a more educated electorate and a California outcome in the rest of the country.”
Does Farr really believe that the majority of voters in the so called “red states” are undereducated and stupid? I wonder how his colleagues on both sides of the aisle would react to such a demeaning remark.
Then again maybe his attitude is reflected in the fact that Farr carries little clout and has no real impact on any major congressional committees.