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Politics, Anxiety, Disappointment

Politics, Anxiety, Disappointment

We’ve been watching the sideshows in Congress on the stimulus package. It’s hard for everyone and her sister not to have an opinion on this issue. Today one of our favorite columnists, Betty Winston Baye, writes hers.

“Come on, people.”

She’s right. After all, we got ourselves a story here full of politics, anxiety, and disappointment. And most of it is because of bad behavior and jockeying for position in 2010. Political shenanigans again? You betcha.

It’s a centrist’s dilemma. Keep “comforting the comfortable” as Paul Krugman says. It’s weakening the help we need now.

Well, fools rush in as they used to say. Obama, Baye writes, is no fool. And neither are you, Betty. You’re right. The American people will quickly figure out who are the fools.

Way to Go, Betty.

Posted: 2/12/09
dawnbell

I was watching Obama give a speech the other day and I was thinking, "gosh...this guy looks really tired". Then it came to me whomever does this job, the enormity of it must be exhausting in and of itself.