Who's clueless about our pain?

Editorial Notebook

April 10, 2008

Americans are more concerned these days about the economy than at any time in more than a decade, and editorial cartoonists have been happy to jump on the bandwagon, poking fun at economically clueless politicians, Federal Reserve officials and housing bust victims. Last week, 42 percent of the public paid very close attention to news about the economy, down only slightly from a 15-year high of 45 percent the previous week, a Pew Center survey shows.

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