Today I looked at "the largest yielding of sovereignty from the Congress since the creation of the Federal Reserve," the ways in which the conservative strategy on health care actually kinda worked, and talked with George W. Bush's Medicare director about the Affordable Care Act.
Here's what I didn't get to:
1) People realize that the excise tax is a way of rolling back the "regressive tax preference for employer-based health insurance," right?
2) Paul Krugman has a great analogy for FinReg.
3) David Leonhardt has a great article on FinReg.
4) A useful chart showing how the Affordable Care Act is financed, though it would've been helpful if they'd broken down the Medicare cuts.
5) Aww, happy Biden!
6) I'll be on “Countdown” tonight in the first segment.
I was going to wish you a good weekend, but -- oh, wait, I can actually just wish you a good weekend.
March 26, 2010; 6:38 PM ET
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