Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Economics Nobel Prize Winner Speaks - A MUST READ

Stiglitz: The Fall of Wall Street Is to Market Fundamentalism What the Fall of the Berlin Wall Was to Communism

Joseph Stiglitz was awarded the Nobel Prize for Economics in 2001.

Nathan Gardels: Barack Obama has said the Wall Street meltdown is the greatest financial crisis since the Great Depression. John McCain says the economy is threatened, but fundamentally strong. Which is it?

Please read the linked article. Knowledge and education goes a long way.

Marie's prattle:

There is not such thing as a one-size-fits-all president.

Are we better off today then we were eight years ago? Less need for jail cells? Less need for death row? Less abortions? More quality of life? Stronger families? Less personal debt? Prepared for retirement? Time for spiritual focus and celebration?

How does 'quality of life' interface with our core values? What can we do to build a stronger more prosperous and safe United States of America?

Let's assume you and I don't agree... You want McCain Palin and I want Obama Biden.
--- Maybe one is the lesser of two wrongs
--- I hope we each continue to educate ourselves before the election
--- And then take time to find our own peace in our vote.
--- Blessings to all


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