Thursday, October 02, 2008

Prevent the fleeting passions from becoming law...

Recommended piece in the American Spectator by Quin Hillyer that points out how far we are from the original intent of our government:
How does one construct an essay when one sees the national government rapidly turning this country into a nation with which one is just not familiar? I mean, this isn't America anymore.... Is it? Could it possibly be? Is this the nation with a limited government designed by James Madison and his brilliant cohorts?

What's always interesting is that in very few scenarios do the political pundits and writers agree on anything. This bailout is no different, Nicholas D. Kristof at the New York Times, takes an almost opposite approach. He feels that the US is facing the same scenario Japan did.

David Ignatius writes his take on the answer to the statement made by our President, "this sucker could go down," sharing some thoughts that there are other ways out of this crisis. Robert Tracinski pens, Kill the Bailout.

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