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There are good reasons for Congress to feel unease about the administration plan, beginning with its $700 billion cost and the free hand sought by the Treasury Department. But there is no time for a normal legislative process. Congress, faced with a take it or leave it situation, should have the courage to act decisively now in a way that will sustain the economy.
The issue facing the Congress isn't a political one. It is a technical financial question: what will it take to keep the American economy afloat in the immediate future, and at the least long-term cost?
Quibbling about the details at this time is like telling the surgeon in a life-or-death emergency situation that you'd like him to form a medical task force for your operation before going under the knife.
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