Economy Newsletter

October 2014

With another round of elections past, it’s clear that Americans want change. Exit polls clearly show that Americans aren’t satisfied with the performance of the President, and they’re even more disaffected by Congress. The Republican surge represents America’s ongoing vacillating tendency – when we become fed up with one party, we swing to the other in hopes that they have the answers. It’s emblematic of the favorite American pastime of channel surfing; we keep changing channels until something of value magically appears.

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