Happy Labor Day. It’s the Sunday Paper!
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Yesterday morning, the Associated Press reported that
economic growth in this country slowed to a rate of 1.6%. But hey, it’s still growing, right?
Actually, reports that Ben Bernanke is now weeping softly in a broom closet over at the Fed while Larry Summers and Tim Geithner play Russian roulette in the Capitol rotunda may contradict that positive outlook. On the bright side, America has rediscovered its love for Ramen noodles and self-loathing.
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