No all-nighter on the Hill outlining a proposed $700 billion bailout would be complete without take-out. Last night, when members of the House and Senate met to put a Band-Aid on the financial bust, they had pretty different take-out orders, as the New York Times reports.
On the House side, there was pizza and for the Senate, Thai food. Sarah DiGregorio at the Village Voice would rather be in the Senate (clearly a lemon grass lover). But maybe the pepperoni fan in you prefers Pelosi's people.
Which side are you on?
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