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Who pays?

Politicians don't like to say who really ends up paying, not just for the massive bailouts on the horizon, but for programs, earmarks, and the day to day waste in government spending.  Few connect the dots between the billions - or in the case of Fannie and Freddie trillions - they write into legislation as if it were Monopoly money and the very real, hardworking Americans who truly foot the bills.  Like Elaine's former boss Mr. Lippman in "The Muffin Tops," politicians wave their hands in the air and say "The money is all in the air.

07/18/2008
What Legacy?
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What Legacy?

I'm in the American Spectator this morning with a piece speculating on the motivations behind Bush's global warming speech yesterday. One thing I didn't note was that McCain's people are probably frustrated by this. While Bush didn't go all the way in endorsing cap and trade, as McCain has, he did substantially moderate his position on the issue, meaning it will be even tougher for McCain to differentiate himself from the current administration.

04/16/2008