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Recap: The individual mandate's problem is not the Constitution; the case for and against a foreclosure moratorium; and three ways the foreclosure mess could play out.

Elsewhere:

1) Did "Mad men" jump the shark?

2) Remind me to respond to this tomorrow.

3) "What if a president cut Americans’ income taxes by $116 billion and nobody noticed?"

4) What's the difference between a blog post and a Web article?

Recipe of the day: Pumpkin and pancetta pasta.

By Ezra Klein  | October 20, 2010; 6:24 PM ET
 
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Comments

No. Don Draper did not jump the shark.

Jeesh

Posted by: mezcalero | October 20, 2010 7:31 PM | Report abuse

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