How about one to Jared Bernstein, for a wonderful takedown of Robert Samuelson's column equating Grover Norquist with the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
Just to pile on a bit...Samuelson ends with the old saw about "Governing is about choosing." Well, yes -- and by taking a comfortable position that they're all the same, Samuelson is failing to do just that. Jonathan Chait had a wonderful piece about this. It's really just astonishing that anyone who claims to care about deficits could consider the parties, or Norquist and Robert Greeenstein, as equals. And while it's not the biggest factor, I'd certainly say (with Chait) that one thing that really undercuts efforts to close the government's budget deficit is the absolute, unwaivering, evidence-free belief that there's no difference between the parties on deficits. As though the last thirty years never happened.
Anyway: nice catch!