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Tuesday, March 22, 2005
Yesterday I heard what could have beent he greatest moment in the history of talk radio. Michael Reagan said it was illegal to starve a dog to death and thus argued that in light of Terri Schiavo, that we treat dogs better than humans.
I guess the phrase "put to sleep" means nothing to this son of a dead prez, or maybe he was saying that he would favor just killing Schiavo and those in her situation over the removal of feeding tubes.
"The budget deficit has overtaken terrorism as the greatest short-term risk to the U.S. economy, and concern about the current account gap is rising, a survey of American businesses released Monday showed," Reuters says in a March 21 story. "In the survey of 172 members of the National Association For Business Economics, 27 percent said the deficit or government spending was the largest short-term threat to the economy, up from 23 percent who thought so in August."