"To err is human; to forgive, divine," goes the saying. That sums up the four-year conflict and conundrum between Wall Street and Main Street. We can't forget and we don't want to forgive.
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2008 offered quite the election, with both parties fighting to set our nation's direction. It took forever for Hillary Clinton's concession, and Reverend Wright was not a good connection.
Here, at the end of the Bush years, the bottom has suddenly dropped out of the world and Americans are in mid-fall, struggling to stay upright and wondering when it will end.
Economic recovery cannot mean re-enabling the gluttony of manic consumption without pumping up "production" and getting a more balanced portfolio between what we produce at home and ship in from others.
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