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Other guests include Russ Stanton, editor of the L.A. Times; Marc Cooper, with whom I have been debating online at the L.A. Times website; and public affairs consultant Emma Schafer.
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UPDATE: Here’s the link to Part Two.
The L.A. Times has a front-page article reporting that Barack Obama likely will not be able to pay for everything he is promising:
In more than a year of campaigning, Barack Obama has made a long list of promises for new federal programs costing tens of billions of dollars, many of them aimed at protecting people from the pain of a souring economy.
But if he wins the presidency, Obama will be hard-pressed to keep his blueprint intact.
Nice job, and kudos to the paper for the article.