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Wednesday, July 20, 2005

A Day Late and a Whole Lot of Dollars Short

Deroy Murdock should have read Bernanke’s comments yesterday before writing his column.  Except for the blame the Democrats part, this proposal will not receive White House support. The DeMint deception makes the solvency problem worse and doesn't lock up anything.  Typical NRO nonsense, but the in-fighting subtext does make it a bit more palatable than usual.

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