Felix Salmon can't find any economists enthusiastic about the bailout plan:

...this is not the kind of unanimity from the blogosphere which one finds in cases of clear-cut idiocy like John McCain's proposal during the primaries to temporarily abolish gasoline taxes. No one's saying that Paulson is stupid or that an argument can't be made for his plan. It's just that no one seems to be making that argument.

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