There is plenty to hate about this article and very little to recommend it. But the following line is just amazingly stupid:
About $1.5 trillion of the planned savings
It must be hard to report on non-facts about arbitrary arguments in Washington, but that didn’t stop one Politico reporter from giving it the old college try. Still, the following story is riddled with silliness:
So apparently today is Dump on Gallup day. I’m ok with that.
Gallup’s poll data makes the point quite clearly that Americans prefer the idea of shared sacrifice – one third of respondents preferring a combination of tax increases along … Continue reading
With respect to Senator Reid, he is not correct when he says, “The only thing holding up the agreement is ideology.” Ideology would have had the Republicans insisting on more budget cuts or would have had them demanding anti-abortion riders. … Continue reading
Nathan Yau of @flowingdata writes about the end of Data.gov:
Here’s the part that blew me away: there … Continue reading