Seven stimulus lessons

Monday, February 16, 2009

The stimulus plan was Obama's first attempt at pulling together a bipartisan A team and it didn't go so well. It now seems that the Democrats and Republics are no closer to working together after the divisive stimulus plan passed. Glenn Thrush, a reporter for, has a few ideas to help President Obama next time around. He joins us with seven lessons that the Democrats and the President can learn from the stimulus.

Read Glenn Thrush's article, The 7 stimulus lessons for the Dems at

"The very nature of the stimulus is helter skelter. That's a little bit of this, a little bit of that. It's kind of a gumbo."
— Glenn Thrush, reporter for Politico, on the stimulus bill


Glenn Thrush

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