Sunday, February 21, 2010

Does Washington Need to Be Fixed?

In this morning's New York Times, John Harwood discusses the ongoing debate about whether the national government is working as it was designed to -- with checks and balances preventing precipitate and ill-considered action -- or whether it is badly broken, with "partisan polarization, special-interest money, snarling news outlets and public disaffection ensur[ing] gridlock into the indefinite future."

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