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July 21, 2007


Nathan O'Sullivan

As an occasional small 'l' libertarian who is skeptical of single-payer, I want to note that the Kudlow segment was offensive and reprehensible. It is astonishing that a program whose format can be summed up as "deep-seated supply-side bias + anti-left invective + idiocy of Donald Luskin + cult of personality + mendacity of Donald Luskin," should attract the requisite viewership to run as long as it has.

Kudos to Ezra Klein for attempting to inject some reasoned argument into that hell-hole--as Mr Klein has apparently realized, he will be remembered for it.

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