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Friday, June 06, 2003  

Paul Krugman, in today's New York Times, wrote:

"According to The New Republic, Senator Zell Miller — one of a dwindling band of Democrats who still think they can make deals with the Bush administration and its allies — got shafted in the recent tax bill. He supported the bill in part because it contained his personal contribution: a measure requiring chief executives to take personal responsibility for corporate tax declarations. But when the bill emerged from conference, his measure had been stripped out."



Three weeks ago, this was exactly what I predicted. Poor Zell--the conservative none of the conservatives will have.


posted by Jeff | 3:59 PM |
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