Saturday, February 7, 2009

Behind The Looking Glass And Blind As A Bat

Paul Krugman has studied the cuts in the Senate version of the Obama stimulus bill, which reduced it to a mere $800 billion, run them through his secret Nobel Prize winner's decoder ring, and announced that they will result in 600,000 fewer jobs over the next two years. Meanwhile Andrew Sullivan says the bill deserves conditional support for six reasons, one of which is:
[N]o one knows quite what will work for sure.

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