"Not letting a good crisis go to waste."
This idea popped up multiple times in the past seven days as multiple members of Obama's administration seemed to be in total agreement. Their conclusion: by not quickly solving the crisis of the American economy, we can create drastic social and structural change. Not surprisingly, this is the path even President Obama alluded to in his Saturday address to the nation.
On Saturday the President challenged his country to see its hard times as a chance to "discover great opportunity in the midst of great crisis."
"That is what we...