Megan McArdle writes to inform us that she will not write on the Iran election, as she knows nothing about Iran. (Or elections.) She repeats the same thing everyone else has said; news bureaus have been cutting costs.
McArdle marvels that the government can impose its will on the market and the market prosper anyway. This failure puts libertarian cred into question, she muses. McArdle does not move to the next question--if libertarian, capitalist, and Republican policies often fail, perhaps it would be a good idea to rethink one's current career path of propping up these policies.
McArdle is deeply disturbed by the government's actions in the Delphi bankruptcy. Again, McArdle doesn't ask the obvious questions. When a Democratic government manipulates and steals she is all agitation, but when the same people under a Republican government do the same thing, it's just capitalism at work. She is a born mark--she deceives herself, saving everyone else the trouble.
Heh. McArdle rants about women with expensive weddings. You can always tell what is wafting through her cranium because it ends up on her blog, in one way or another. She's positively Althousian.*