Jonah Goldberg on the 2.5 million:
Keith Ellison thinks it's great though:
REP. KEITH ELLISON (D-MN): What the Congressional Budget Office is saying is that we're going to discouraged kids having to have latchkeys. We're going to have parents being able to come home, working reasonable hours; people are going to be able to retire. People might be able to actually cook dinner rather than have to order out and get some takeout.I can't help but think that Obama supporters envision the same Utopian socialism as Karl Marx. They may not have a blueprint, but their shoot-from-the-hip approach to social engineering always points in that direction. Get the government to take care of everyone's needs and free the people to pursue their dreams.
The numbers don't add up though. It didn't work for the FSU, and it won't work here. Don't think of me as an evil conservative, think of me as someone who knows math.