Liberal New York Times columnist Paul Krugman has periodically blasted the Obama administration over stimulus measures, China policy, health care, and many other things. But rarely has he brought them all together. In his latest blog post, he inscribes an epitaph for the administration, which seems a bit premature considering the president still has half of his first term left to go. It reads:
As NAME ISSUE HERE has come to light, the Obama administration has resisted calls for a more forceful response, worried that added pressure might spook the banks and hobble the broader economy.
We'd suggest waiting before engraving that anywhere.
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