20. I agree that he is definitley on our side, but being a very rich economist,
his views are definitely skewed.
Besides, it's not like their are any alternatives to at least a grudging support for the policies coming out of the White House, so we get this screw "Main Street more slowly than the other guys would" strategy. He fully understands what was done, but it is done and there's no up side to railing against it now.