Mamet: I'm a Born-Again, Thoughtful Progressive
Too often, he writes, government intervention in the lives of its citizens leads to "sorrow."
"I began reading not only the economics of Thomas Sowell (our greatest contemporary philosopher) but Milton Friedman, Paul Johnson, and Shelby Steele, and a host of conservative writers, and found that I agreed with them: a free-market understanding of the world meshes more perfectly with my experience than that idealistic vision I called liberalism."
Take heart Democrats. At least, he still hates Bush.