Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Farewell to the year of the bailout

Now that 2009 has come and mostly gone, we can all feel a little bit older and a little bit more indebted. This year saw the stimulus package, the first trillion dollar annual deficit, and the worst unemployment in a generation. Hopefully with the new year some sense will be restored to the financial principals of this nation.

What to look forward to in the new year?:

The tallest building known to man will be opened
The Winter Olympics in Vancouver
The World Cup in South Africa
The final Space Shuttle mission
The Boy Scouts of America turn 100
The Decennial Census
The Midterm Elections on November 2

Here's to hope in 2010

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