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Monday, April 11, 2005
Promises, promises: So, Paul Krugman's got a new column out today. The graphic's still at the top of the page. All of the numbers are larger, except for the one right before the word "solutions" -- that's still a big fat zero.

It's been over three months, and still Krugman hasn't proffered his Social Security solutions.

That doesn't stop him from making this promise at the end of today's column:


Over the next few weeks I'll back up these assertions, and talk about what a workable health care reform might look like, if we can get ideology out of the way.


I'm not going to hold my breath on this one either.

Krugman's not an economist.

He's not a columnist.

He's Sen. John F. Kerry. He has a plan, but he's never going to tell us what it is.

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