Scariest passage? Probably this: “As soon as I took office, I asked this Congress to send me a recovery plan by President’s Day that would put people back to work and put money in their pockets. Not because I believe in bigger government — I don’t.”
He’s trying to redefine extensive government activism as simple pragmatism, and if he succeeds, might well shift the center of American politics for a generation. (copied from NYTimes)
Lowry is the editor of National Review founded by William Buckley. It operates at a financial loss and is funded through donations. It’s goal is to further conservative ideas and to aid in the electoral opportunities of Republican politicians.