So, Lizzie Warren thought that:
“I was told at the beginning of this whole undertaking that there are two lanes: a progressive lane that Bernie Sanders is incumbent for and a moderate lane that Joe Biden was the incumbent for and there’s no room for anyone else in this,” she told reporters. “I thought that wasn’t right but evidently I was wrong.”
OK, well, we all make mistakes and reality comes along to tell us so often enough.
It’s just that, well. Warren was full of plans as to how the economy should be organised. Detailed plans. And how many of those would she have admitted might be wrong once they ran into that reality?
This being the problem with politics as a way to do something. When such plans are wrong then people redouble their efforts to insist upon them rather than ” but evidently I was wrong.”
Or, as we might put it, markets kill error by bankrupting it. And what is the cleansing method of politics?