Reason Writers on the Air: Matt Welch Talks About the Symbolic Presidency on Varney & Co.

This morning, Reason Editor in Chief Matt Welch talked with Fox Business Network's Stuart Varney and his panelists about governing by anecdote instead of, you know, governance. Also mentioned: Ronald Reagan, Mitt Romney, and (of course) the Beatles:

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    I can't watch the clip here, but it looks like Matt is talking about a thick juicy hamburger.

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    He's obviously taunting the vegans.

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    Someone needs a haircut.

    And no real love for Ron Paul or Gary Johnson when given the chance? What Reasoners do love is being on the outside looking in, I think.

  • Matt Welch||

    I think it's maybe time just to let it grow. Dennis Wilson 1974, here I come!

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    Yeah, that won't consume the comments section of every television appearance. People are going to think you're hiding weight gain. In fact, I think that now.

  • Ashlyn||

    "Rabble?"

    "Rabble!"

    "Rabble?"

    "Rabble."

    It had an almost musical quality to it.

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