KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- As the Volunteer State turned into a Super Tuesday battleground, candidates kept adding stops to their schedules. I'm following Newt Gingrich's jaunt through the state, where he's recovered some of his support in the past few days, and ending in Atlanta, where he plans to celebrate a win.
The funniest part of this Erick Erickson post is the idea that THE DEMOCRATS sprung oppo on Romney. Andy Kaczynski works for Andy Kaczysnki.
Paul Krugman does the austerity math, and figures that without spending cuts we'd be on pace for a Reagan recovery. Reagan, of course, had much more mobility on debt.
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