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Off-Topic: Litmus Test Moments and the Debate

Important Note: I've been writing this blog for 12 years, and I've written about economic policies, but I've avoided politics - until this year. On economics, I like to be able to link back to my posts about the housing bubble, that house prices might fall 40% or more in some areas, that the economy was bottoming in 2009, that house prices bottomed in early 2012, and on and on.
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