Gridlock Has Cost U.S. Billions, And The Meter Is Still Running

The New York Times- October 16, 2013

Even with the shutdown of the United States government and the threat of a default coming to an end, the cost of Congress’s gridlock has already run well into the billions, economists estimate. And the total will continue to grow even after the shutdown ends, partly because of uncertainty about whether lawmakers might reach another deadlock early next year.

A consequence we DON’T deserve,
A painful jolt to the “pocketbook nerve.”

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