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September 8, 2011

Quote of the Day

by Brad Warbiany

Megan McArdle, on the Solyndra mess:

When banks engage in this sort of behavior, we call it a bubble, and try to figure out how to fix things so they won’t do it again. When government agencies do this, we call it a weekday.

Zing!


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