Thursday, October 20, 2011

You Mean The Light At The End Of The Tunnel Isn't Just Around The Corner?

As I've said, there's no reason for this to just turnaround magically, slow or fast.
The warning by the State of Washington’s economist was unusually blunt, a far cry from the kind of dry, green-eyeshade language that often cloaks such announcements: “We are in the fragile aftermath of the Great Recession, where a return to normalcy seems like a mirage in the desert — the closer we get to it, the further it moves away.”