The chopping block

Jacob Weisenberg over at Slate is right that Obama should present a concrete list of things to cut if he (Obama) is serious about getting America's fiscal house in order:

If I could be so bold as to make a nomination, why not the FCC?
It's good to know that the Federal Communications Commission, among the least useful of any government agency to last into the 21st century (or the really way too long 20th century), is resolute in working through its backlog of indecency complaints like Eric Massa through his male staff after, like, "15 gin and tonics" (gins and tonic?).