I’ve long respected Dorothy Rabinowitz, especially after her diligence and persistence in the case of the Amiraults in Massachusetts. I still respect her opinion, but I posted the following response to her statement that, “most Americans aren’t sitting around worried to death about big government—they’re worried about jobs and what they have in savings”:
I worry very much about what big government is doing to our savings and our jobs. It’s short-sighted and pointless to worry about jobs and savings without doing something about big government.
URL for the article.