ďItís ridiculous,Ē Priebus said Friday morning on CNNís Starting Point, when asked to respond to polls showing that 63 percent of the public thinks Romney should release more tax returns.ďIím not spending any more time talking about this issue,Ē the Chairman informed the hosts [...]
Seriously, it's one thing to disagree with a majority. There is no guaranteed wisdom of the crowds. But when you're the chair of a major political party, you shouldn't go around calling the concerns of 63 percent of Americans "ridiculous." And if 63 percent of the public wants to talk about something, you don't shut the door on it. You man up and deal with it.
Because that other 37 percent? That's called a "minority."