It's hard to know what Americans want these days. In face of the worst financial crisis of our lifetime, they are extremely angry about Wall Street's economical greed, but many seem to be willing to overlook the government's negligence in regulating the way the corporations have conducted business. Even in the midst of predicting disaster for the country, the Democrats and Republicans still are unable to resist blaming each other. If the present situation does not bring people to their senses about the ineffectiveness of the two-party system, I really don't know what will.
Solutions to financial problems up to individuals
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