I enjoyed this post from Russ Roberts at Cafe Hayek.
In it he contrasts the visions of how the world works between tea partiers and elites.
Tea partiers like freedom generally on moral grounds, principle and because it provides the most for the most.
The elites can’t see that. They can’t see that their quality of life is dependent nearly every second of every day on someone else and, for the most part, these people provided what they needed and wanted through a decentralized system of prices. The enlightened elites can’t or don’t seem to want to fathom this. Doing so might mean that we may not need them to tell us how to live. Can’t have that.