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Oct 25 2012
Concern for Public Debt - Part 2

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More of a coincidence than a planned theme, the topic of public debt continues to be in the headlines with a Wall Street Journal article highlighting the thoughts of 80 CEOs from big-name companies.  To underscore the significance of the national deficit and how it can impact the economy long-term, these CEOs feel that increasing taxes will be warranted along with spending reductions.

Please read and feel free to comment with your thoughts.  See this link for the article.

Last Updated by Mike on 2012-10-25 07:46:35 AM

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