New Disney cartoon feature satirizes slothful government bureaucrats

As we head into an election where one party wants to vastly increase the size of government, putting bureaucrats in charge of even more of our lives, there is a sign of hope in the popular culture.  As the late Andrew Breitbart taught us, culture is upstream of politics.  So the fact that Disney, normally considered politically correct and progressive, is forming young minds to understand that government bureaucrats do the least work possible in the longest amount of time possible is encouraging.  See the new trailer for the move Zootopia, opening March 4.

Hat tip: Ed Lasky

As we head into an election where one party wants to vastly increase the size of government, putting bureaucrats in charge of even more of our lives, there is a sign of hope in the popular culture.  As the late Andrew Breitbart taught us, culture is upstream of politics.  So the fact that Disney, normally considered politically correct and progressive, is forming young minds to understand that government bureaucrats do the least work possible in the longest amount of time possible is encouraging.  See the new trailer for the move Zootopia, opening March 4.

Hat tip: Ed Lasky