"I mean there's been a long and venerable tradition of conservatism in this country. You can go back at least to Ronald Reagan, William F. Buckley, all of that sort of intellectual conservatism that lasted about 30 years and people are saying that right now, it's really gone to the extreme. People are looking at the tea party and saying this is not conservatism as we knew it, but it's extreme."
George Will can barely conceal his contempt by rightly calling out Amanpour on her convenient revisionism by pointing out it was indeed people like Reagan, Goldwater and Buckley who were called extreme some 30, 40 years ago.
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