Tough Day for Egyptian Pigs

Earlier this week I posted about Howard Dean's proposals for curing a fake controversy he personally stoked. In addition, the good Dr. proposed federal expenditures on a detection and prevention regime. Of course the main benefit to the then-Presidential aspirant was that those who heard his proposals thought him wise and civic-minded, with no knowledge that his ideas were more or less already in place and had caught the non-problem. Oh well, politics as usual. No harm, no foul.

But at least he didn't recommend this!

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