The Real Blizzard of 2010

Snow melts, but as Ronald Reagan used to say, government programs are forever. Michael Ramirez identifies the blizzard that does far more harm than bad weather; click to enlarge:
As far as the snow storm on the East Coast is concerned, Charlotte Hays makes the salient point at The Corner:

Mayor Bloomberg may be receiving an unfair amount of criticism for his lackluster performance in coping with Mother Nature, given the almost unprecedented nature of the storm, but the unplowed city streets provide a metaphor for the nanny state: It can order us to do anything, but it can’t take care of the basic obligations of government.

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