Sunday, January 9, 2011

Quote of the Day (January 9, 2011)

The Editors of the New York Sun:
"Reagan had a far more tactile feel of the real economy than his critics gave him credit for. And one gets that impression about Mrs. Palin, with her involvement in oil, with her 'Sarah Palin’s Alaska' episode on fishing ('it smells like money,' she tells her daughter as halibut are unloaded at a cannery), and now with her episode on panning for gold. We are in a period in which the connection between the dollar and something real seems ever more tenuous. It’s nice to see a politician who understands the connection and the meaning of gold."
- JP

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