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Matthew Yglesias, June 2009: The Deficit Is About To Fall So Much They'll Be Calling Obama "The Deficit Slayer"

I believe this thinking was predicated on there being an actual economic recovery -- a recovery does wonders for a government's balance sheets. It never occurred to Yglesias -- or, for that matter, anyone in the White House -- that....
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