Washington Post Writer Makes Snide Quip About Gamers' Voting Rights

Not surprising as conservative columnist and author George Will often makes snide remarks — and often about things he knows nothing about.

In an option piece about why wearing blue jeans is bad and why we should dress like Fred Astaire (yeah, we know), the Pulitzer Prize winning and the very-much-out-of-touch Will's pie hole offered these off-handed insights:

Seventy-five percent of American "gamers" — people who play video games — are older than 18 and nevertheless are allowed to vote. In their undifferentiated dress, children and their childish parents become undifferentiated audiences for juvenilized movies (the six — so far — "Batman" adventures and "Indiana Jones and the Credit-Default Swaps," coming soon to a cineplex near you).

Don't take this personally, though! Just add this to a long line of recent Will jewels: That drilling offshore Florida is being done by China and that the global sea ice levels are unchanged. See? Gas bag in a bow tie.

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