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Recap: Handicapping the deficit under divided government; the problems with a small-tent strategy; and David Brooks vs. David Brooks.

Elsewhere:

1) What will happen after the election.

2) Isn't it a bit early for the "this time, we really could have a major third-party candidacy!" fantasies?

3) The Chamber of Commerce does not speak for American business.

4) Fix the desks, save the world?

Recipe of the day: Never too early to start thinking about your Thanksgiving turkey.

By Ezra Klein  | October 26, 2010; 6:20 PM ET
 
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Comments

way to keep up the rhetoric ezra. better make sure this doesn't get out.

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1010/44216.html


But hey I'm sure its just more right wing lies. Please disregard the facts as brought by the HYPER partisan Center for Responsive Politics. I'm sure they're funded by Rove or Gillespie or somebody like that.

Posted by: visionbrkr | October 26, 2010 9:00 PM | Report abuse

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