Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Shakespeare in Washington, D.C.

In Richard II, for want of a nail a kingdom was lost. In Bush II, for want of a (good) model, an economy was lost. And, with it, sweeping Democrat gains.

Can anyone in Bush II provide evidence of a memo or phone conversation in which he or she warned the president or secretary of the treasury in advance that the financial system was going to crash and push the economy into deep recession? If not, why not? Should taxpayers get a refund on the taxes that paid the salaries of Bush II economic advisers?

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