Interesting observation by Karl Rove as well as good commentary by Charles Cooper.
In an illuminating interview published in the June 4 issue of The New Yorker, White House political aide Karl Rove suggested that a nexus exists between the spread of technology and a centrist-conservative outlook on the world.
"There are two or three societal trends that are driving us in an increasingly deep center-right posture," Rove told the magazine. "One of them is the power of the computer chip. Do you know how many people's principal source of income is eBay? Seven hundred thousand."
Rove's point being that the proliferation of technology puts increasing numbers of people in charge of how they make a living.