|United we can survive; divided we will decline|
By Byron McNutt
IT’S HARD to be optimistic about a compromise coming out of Washington in the coming months regarding the federal deficit plan, or a recovery jobs plan to jump-start the economy.
Our government is hopelessly divided. Any proposals will be the work of smoke and mirrors.
The 12-member super committee’s recommendations will be trivialized and summarily rejected by a stubborn partisan congress and white house. Why so much pessimism?
The two parties have already started the 2012 election process. That is bad news for all Americans. As a result, the people have a gloomy outlook. They are pessimistic: 80% feel we are
|Tuesday, September 27, 2011 1:45 PM|