Dems Split from Private Sector

As President Obama prepares to meet with the nation's top banking executives at the White House tomorrow, Wall Street Journal columnist Daniel Henninger says there's little hope of them seeing eye-to-eye. With the House vote against AIG bonuses, the "Democratic Party has disconnected itself entirely from the private sector," he writes. "The party is acting as if the marketplace was the world of an alien tribe." Henninger warns Obama supporters: "If the private sector is now largely an abstraction to Democrats in Congress, they will continue to make mistakes."