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Have a good weekend!

By Ezra Klein  |  June 12, 2009; 6:20 PM ET
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I just want to take this opportunity to note how incredibly annoying your blog's subtitle is. "Economic and Domestic policy, and lots of it," manages the difficult feat of being both incredibly dull, and also kind of obnoxious.

Posted by: jlk7e | June 13, 2009 11:50 AM | Report abuse

Still love to drop by your little corner of the internet Ezra just to say how proud I am of the Obama and his great friendly foriegn policy.

In a new first, Obama actually sent four trained terrorists to a Nation that one of our closest allies is responsible for without even telling them.

Now that's diplomacy, that's making friends, that's caring about what our allies think and bringing them and LISTENING.

Ohh, except when Obama wants to do things his way, them screw them. I mean how much lower could Brown's approval go anyway?

Imagine if Bush had done it - it would have been sooo etremely arrogant, but when Obama does it, its great diplomacy.

Posted by: Singer4321 | June 13, 2009 8:00 PM | Report abuse

this weekend,

prayers to the people of iran,
for all of the suffering and violence they are enduring now,
and for their family members,
scattered around the world,
fearful and disconnected from their loved ones at this time.

Posted by: jkaren | June 14, 2009 1:01 AM | Report abuse

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