I'm so sorry I've been so negative about the stimulus package. If I'd known about the brilliant strategy being considered to implement it, I'd have been on board long ago:
President Obama has turned to his own vice president to oversee implementation of the $787 billion economic stimulus package, part of which will be available this week for state Medicaid programs.
Obama announced his decision before the National Governors Association in Washington on Monday, saying Vice President Joe Biden will help ensure the distribution of the money is not just swift, "but also efficient and effective."
"The fact that I'm asking my vice president to personally lead this effort shows how important it is for our country and future to get this right," he said.
With Biden in charge, what can possibly go wrong? As Nick Gillespie says, "The idea of Joe Biden . . .