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Recap: The Senate moved the small-business lending bill forward but failed on an important provision; Democrats want to play word games with the Bush tax cuts; and the two scariest graphs I've seen in a while.

Elsewhere:

1) What's holding back small business? (Hint: It's sales.)

2) House Democrats are looking at proposing a millionaires' tax bracket.

3) San Antonio is pretty good at avoiding recessions.

4) Megan McArdle on small businesses and the Bush tax cuts.

5) Josh Barro on taxes more generally.

6) I'll be talking Social Security with Rachel Maddow about 9:30 Eastern tonight.

Recipe of the day: linguine with tomato-almond pesto.

By Ezra Klein  |  September 14, 2010; 6:25 PM ET
 
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Comments

christine o'donnell has won the republican nomination??????


this can only bode well for democrats!!


Posted by: jkaren | September 14, 2010 9:14 PM | Report abuse

i think that these tea party people are so wierdly dangerous, i think they are going to energize the democrats in the election.

Posted by: jkaren | September 14, 2010 11:00 PM | Report abuse

if palladino and o'donnell dont bring out every last democrat and moderate, normal republican to cast a sane vote, i will be in complete disbelief.
i just cant believe that all americans have taken total leave of their senses. it just cant be possible. some shred of sense and reason has to prevail.
people's antennae must be going up tonight.

Posted by: jkaren | September 14, 2010 11:30 PM | Report abuse

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