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So here it is, the end of a very interesting and turbulent year. The stories and hardships of so many were overshadowed by the powerful elite. Bonuses, profits and bailouts seemed to occupy most of the major media and Goldman Sachs took up much of the space.
Now that we are just a few short hours away from the year 2010 many of us wonder what is in store for us. Will the economy begin to recover? Will the millions of unemployed find work? Will the rate of foreclosures decrease? We can only wonder, wait and see.
Will the mega "too big to fail" begin to respond and invest in America with all the record profits they have made? Will our government begin to address the needs of the people?
So many questions which only time can answer. But knowing all of this - or not knowing, as the case maybe - we should all take some time tonight to welcome in the New Year as it can be filled with hope. I see more and more each day, through all of my research, that Americans are beginning to wake up, splintered as they may be. There is emerging a "voice" of the people as we see from the many different sources we post links to every day. Bloggers, like us, as well as some major media are reporting the truth and the facts as they are. This information is shared by many - as we do - which slowly well begin to unify the "voice".
Our system may appear to be broken - and it is - but "we" have the power to fix it. After all, it is still "We The People" who own our flag.
May you all have a Happy, Safe and Prosperous New Year, Oh, you to Goldman Sachs.
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