16 mai 2006

Self-Parody Alert 

La citation du jour, sans trucages :
What gives [Sebastian] Mallaby the right to think that he is a "serious" person when it comes to economic policy, but President Bush, Vice President Cheney, Majority Leader Frist and Finance Chairmen Grassley are not? Is Mallaby really that arrogant? Did it ever occur to Sebastian that maybe he is letting his ideological views get in the way of an honest appraisal of the facts?
Et la note de John McIntyre de Real Clear Politics se conclue évidemment par : "Seriously".