Do you know what the problem is? I bet you do. I know what the problem is too. In fact, I suspect that about 90% of use know what the problems are. We think we know who caused them, when they started, why they started, in fact we pretty much know all there is to know about them. We talk and argue about them endlessly. We listen to radio and television shows with pundits and experts all talking about them. We rally for our side and lambaste the other. We lament the direction that those decisions have taken us and we vow to do something about it. But.......we don't. We elect people to do something about them and........they don't. We expect the President to do something about them but........He can't. Problems, problems, problems, and not a solution in sight. The Republicans all want to blame Obama for the terrible state of the economy but other than platitudes I'm not seeing anything in the way of a solution coming from them. The Democrats are still blaming George Bush. But I'm not seeing anything in the way of a solution coming from them either. All I hear is talk, talk and more talk. These are not stupid people. They are for the most part, college educated and more than capable of digesting the issues in front of them. So why do these educated, smart guys never seem to get much done? Two reasons. One would be the magnitude of the issues and what the solution(s) would do to the economy. The other is just plain corruption. All the problems can be solved. It's just a matter of how much its going to cost and the will of the people to endure instant and crushing hardships.
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