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Tuesday, April 7, 2009

The Recession-April Fools, and The Obama's

The recession is still ongoing. The latest jobs report shows that we have lost 2,000,000 jobs in 3 months. Staggering numbers. But, there are some economic indicators that we may be starting to rebound from the recession. Keep your fingers crossed. Meanwhile in Europe Pres. Obama and Mrs. Obama are wowing the continent. Even Queen Elizabeth gave Michele a hug. Its nice to see that America is appreciated and not hated.
Last Wednesday was April Fools day. The republicans presented their economic proposal. No, fooling.It was a little underwhelming. Let's see we need some good news. I know, baseball starts this week. At least we will have something else to talk about. Oh, I almost forgot, TIGER IS BACK!! Tiger Woods won his first tournament in 8 months. So with good thoughts of our economy showing some signs of recovery, baseball and spring in the air, life is looking up. Keep being positive and remember there are people who still need help, do what you can. By helping one another better days are ahead.

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