The Economy

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Real Estate Agent with Koppelmann Real Estate

Today, I had a gentleman stop in my office that was trying to get people to voice their opinion on Healthcare Issues.  His firm then takes all the signatures and sends them to each persons' congressman.

A question he asked was "If your congressman walked in right now and gave you a minute of his time to listen, what would you say to him about health care reform in our country?"

I thought for a moment and replied that I would say that even though healthcare in our country is a very important issue, I want you to drop the party lines and fix the economy.  Don't play blame game, don't throw money at particular companies or institutions and hoping that magically fixes it.  But at the same time don't sit on your hands and over analyize it either."

There is a fix out there.  I don't know what it is.  No one person does.  But there are a lot of smart people in Washington.  They wouldn't be there if they weren't.  If they would work together, and leave the party affiliations and the personal agendas at the door, they can fix it.

That's my thoughts.

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Rainer
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I share your sentiment.  My research is showing that the factors that contributed to the collapse of the economy are complex, but not out of our academic reach.  I think it's important to understand the decisions that were made, the products that were used, and how the products and the decisions landed us where we are now.  Without a thorough understanding, how can we protect ourselves?  History is constantly repeating itself.

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