Not Sold on Stimulus
This is what many of us had worried about: D's capitalizing on their overwhelming majority in both houses and the general public's hunger for immediate action to install sweeping changes in the way we spend taxpayer dollars. At least that's how New York Times columnist David Brooks sees it: "Cleaner and Faster." Can we hope that the Senate is clear-headed enough to fix this bill and get it right for Americans? Or can we expect more of the same from the upper house's 58 D's? I'm not optimistic.