Posted by: Joe Eds | April 7, 2011

Shutdown Anxiety

True, a shutdown would tangibly effect millions’ of citizens’ lives almost instantly. Tax Rebates, for example, won’t be mailed, forms and loans can’t be processed, etc.

But according to Nate Silver the public is not following the potential shutdown situation as closely as other big news stories this year (granted from Tuscon to Egypt to Libya to Japan, we’ve had a few big ones).  Big politicos are, obviously, but it looks like the government will have to shutdown for the winds of attention to reach hurricane velocity.

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