Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Obama doubles down on Bernanke

It is probably the most difficult choice to choose between the president Bill Clinton vs. Barack Obama or between chairman of the Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan vs. Ben Bernanke.
VN can nhung nguoi gioi nhu vay khong nhung co hoc bai ban ma co long yeu nuoc va xem nhung kho khan la nhg thu thach fai khac phuc. It is a challenge for a challenger. Va nhat la co the phat bieu ra nhung cau nhu vay:

"We have been bold or deliberate as circumstances demanded, but our objective remains constant: to restore a more stable financial and economic environment in which opportunity can again flourish, and in which Americans’ hard work and creativity can receive their proper rewards,” Bernanke said in brief remarks, and he promised – if confirmed by the Senate – that he would “work to the utmost of my abilities.”
Toi danh gia mot quoc gia khg vao chinh tri va dang phai ma mot nuoc lam dan giau nuoc manh. Cung nhu Dang Tieu Binh da noi: "Meo trang hay meo den khong quan trong; mien la bat duoc chuot".
Nam ngoai thang 10-11 toi tuong kinh te My se bi sup do nhu nam 1931 nhg ho da hoc nhg loi lam cua nam do va tranh dc khung hoang kinh te cho nam 2008 luc do lan dau tien ma toi biet nha banks khong du tien de bao dam dc CD investments.
See Obama doubles down on Bernanke
There is no better way to understand President Barack Obama’s decision to reappoint Bernanke as chairman of the Federal Reserve on Tuesday morning than to look at the Dow – which was below 8,000 when the president took the oath of office in January, and closed above 9,500 on Monday.

P.S. Co nguoi thich an ngon, toi thich nghe hon toi nghi day la cung la mon an tinh than/Some people likes to eat a good food or other things, I like to listen, the most memory speeches probably from the president Ronald Reagan. All we need is a dream that we can do better before. All we need is a faith then that dream will come true...and above of all the great love you gave to your husband.

Anh nghi sao ve tinh cam chan thuc va su chung thuy?
Ronald and Nancy Reagan

Senator Edward Kennedy dies at age 77
Teddy," he was the brother of President John Kennedy,
One of the most influential and longest-serving senators in U.S. history -- a liberal standard-bearer who was also known as a consummate congressional dealmaker -- Kennedy had been battling brain cancer, which was diagnosed in May 2008.
Ong nay la mot senator cua Massachussetts cung kha lam, giong ho Kennedy,