[T]he president, who counts audacity as a measure of character, is using the crisis to do what would be more difficult to do if the economy were more nearly normal. If things were good, he'd have a harder time committing tens of billions to green the economy, expand health care or overhaul education.
Sunday, March 8, 2009
When You're Broke, Go For Barack
Isn't it ironic? The Washington Post's David Shribman: