STEPHANOPOULOS: And what's likely, George, is unemployment will continue to go up and the deficit will continue to go up, and we're going to see the numbers on that as Congress comes back to deal with health care.
WILL: That's right and it's interesting. I don't know why they did it, perhaps Paul knows. They have delayed releasing the usual July report on the budget outlook.
KRUGMAN: That's normal for the first year.
WILL: If the recession is over, let us know. And particularly if it ended in July, it ended before 8 percent of the stimulus, more than 8 percent of the stimulus had been spent. So let's cancel the other 92 percent.
HUFFINGTON: This is a surrealistic debate. How can we say the recession is over when unemployment is expected to go over 10 percent, foreclosures keep growing at the rate of -- beyond what anybody expected.
STEPHANOPOULOS: I want you all to answer that in the green room, continues the debate there. We're going to be back with "The Sunday Funnies." But as we take a break, take a look at this week's happiest video. To St. Paul, Minnesota, the rollicking wedding of Jill and Kevin Heinz. It's gotten more than 6 million hits on YouTube and it's guaranteed to make you smile.