Bill Maher, as endorsed by Chris Dierkes:
...we have a center-right party and a crazy party
Afterthought: Elaborating, Dierkes says that "Democrats are still beholden to the New Deal synthesis: corporations, unions, and government," but that they are, sadly "the only party approaching some level of sanity."
No quarrel so far. But Dierkes also says that "the GOP is I suppose the party of corporate executive power." This seems to me not quite right. The GOP certainly endorses a developed brand of crony rapacity. But the corporate elites have begun to discover that their long-standing alliance with the populist yahoos is a devil's bargain (not to say that they've discovered how easy it is to extract taxpayer money from the Obama administration). Recall what Wellington said when they asked him if he thought his troops would scare the enemy. ""I don't know if they frighten the enemy," the Duke is said to have responded, "but they scare the hell out of me."