Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Observer Writer Critiques Oklahoma's Anti-Intellectualism

Oklahoma's Red State status is common knowledge by now, but the label needs some thoughtful unpacking.

That's just what Oklahoma Observer writer Edwin Vineyard of Enid has done on the Observer's website. You can find Vineyard's article here.

2 comments:

Tulsan said...

Thanks for pointing this out.

Sample quote about Oklahoma:

"The best and the brightest of our leadership aspirants tend to be rejected at the polls, and too often it seems that voters elect screwballs and dimwits to represent us. It was not always so, but that has been the trend."

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