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1) Enough with the states. Let's empower the Metropolitan Planning Organizations!

2) One could imagine a lobbying industry that's good for America, where various interests balance each other out and expertise is widely shared. But that's not the lobbying industry we have.

3) Is Google feeling the heat from Bing? What heat?

4) More public option momentum.

Recipe of the day: Apple cider donuts. I want to go to there.

By Ezra Klein  |  October 22, 2009; 6:19 PM ET
 
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Another day, another 180 degree whipsaw. If Politico's report that Obama says he prefers Snowe's trigger is correct, health care reform is officially DOA, because the President no longer has any credibility on the issue.

Posted by: bmull | October 23, 2009 9:06 AM | Report abuse

Ezra, you've had a few posts lately about the absurdity of states what with their inegalitarian power distribution and issues with arbitrary borders. If Wyoming shouldn't have as much say as California in the Senate, should Micronesia have as much say as Brazil in the UN? What makes a country a legitimate political unit, regardless of population?

Posted by: JonathanTE | October 23, 2009 9:58 AM | Report abuse

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