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Recap: Four ways to help homeowners; Treasury's response; and Ben Bernanke answered half the question.

Elsewhere:

1) How Wall Street made Christine O'Donnell.

2) James Fallows on the RMB.

3) Dems try to connect the Chamber of Commerce to the economy.

4) The biggest tax policy mistake of the year.

Recipe of the day: Chard with orange and shallots.

By Ezra Klein  | October 15, 2010; 6:27 PM ET
 
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What a pathetic attempt to distract the public. The Dems have asserted that the Chamber of Commerce is acting badly, but when called out on it, it's simply an accustation without anything behind it.

Nothing....nada

Geez, I'm embarrassed *for* them!!

Posted by: WrongfulDeath | October 16, 2010 10:07 PM | Report abuse

Pretty obvious the chamber is hiding something.

Why won't they release names, the same way climate scientists release their raw data.

Posted by: lauren2010 | October 17, 2010 6:28 PM | Report abuse

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