Yes, the anger is boiling over. But to call this display of outrage puerile is an understatement. Everyone but the Democrats can see how out of step they are with public opinion.
As long as they were in control of Congress and the White House, Democrats felt no need to compromise. But after four years of Democratic failure, voters on Nov. 2 awarded the GOP a record 63 seats for control of the House and took away the Democrats’ veto-proof majority in the Senate, where their edge will be a slim three seats.