The Gettysburg Address is almost 150.

Adam Davidson on “a really solvable math problem”

“…the longer we put [a solution] off the more we make the world nervous, the higher the interest rates are going to be, the quicker we’re going to have to face a day of horrible calamity.  So just the act of compromise itself… would give us even more time, would allow both sides even longer to spread out the pain, to reach even more compromise down the road… [It’s] a math problem – a really solvable math problem.” — Adam Davidson, host of NPR’s Planet Money

Hat tip to Asteroids Clubber Eric L for pointing us to an excellent video of a good messager (of a talk given an TED) to deliver the message about entitlement and budget deficit issues to a liberal audience.