Nicholas Burns (former U.S. ambassador and international politics professor, Harvard Kennedy School), Wayne Barrett (special investigative reporter, Newsweek/The Daily Beast), David Rohde (columnist, Reuters), Catherine Rampell (economics reporter, The New York Times), Eduardo Porter (Economic Scene columnist, The New York Times) and Antonio Mendez (former CIA officer and co-author of “Argo: How the CIA and Hollywood Pulled Off the Most Audacious Rescue in History”).
“The big-picture look at all of this is that if we get demand going, then that’s going to sort of sweep up more of these people who lost their jobs before.” —Catherine Rampell watch video
“How does a guy who completely changes his position on every conceivable issue be praised for it this late in the game?” —Wayne Barrett watch video
“A lot of these other industrial countries, they tend to have bigger public sectors and … bigger, better-funded programs for children.” —Eduardo Porter watch video
“If there is a 269-269 tie in the Electoral College, the next president could be Mitt Romney. And the vice president would be Joe Biden. Wouldn’t that be fun?” —Eliot Spitzer read post
Sheldon Adelson promised to contribute up to $100 million to Mitt Romney’s campaign — that’s still buying the White House at a bargain. read post