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Posted at 6:30 PM ET, 02/ 7/2011

Reconciliation

By Ezra Klein

Recap: What Paul Ryan's Roadmap and the Affordable Care Act have in common; why Obama and the Chamber of Commerce are getting friendlier; and the triumphant death of the DLC.

1) David Leonhardt on corporate taxes.

2) "In light of last week's memo, the merger makes perfect sense. AOL does not plan to become the AOL outlined in 'The AOL Way.' That Web site exists already—it's called the Huffington Post—and AOL plans to purchase it for $315 million."

3) "Neither constitutional adviser Samuel Adams nor naval attache Captain Morgan were available for comment."

4) Reading this recitation of the injuries suffered by various Green Bay Packers makes me feel guilty about watching and enjoying last night's Super Bowl.

Recipe of the day: General Tso's tofu sub.

By Ezra Klein  | February 7, 2011; 6:30 PM ET
 
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Comments

Ezra, don't listen to what they say, watch what they do. They took the cash not AOL stock. My guess is that Huffington retains all the brand names in the event of AOL's demise as part of the deal. Out of business in 2-3 years

Posted by: johnmarshall5446 | February 7, 2011 7:56 PM | Report abuse

pcow

I am not agree for the sell Huffpost. Because it is a popular news service and blog company. And it's popularity rising day by day. Try to co-ordinate successfully not wish to sell.

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Posted by: webcontent2011 | February 8, 2011 5:07 AM | Report abuse

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