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Real Estate Scenario for 2008

On Jan. 28, President George W. Bush gave his seventh and final State of the Union address to the American people and the joint Houses of Congress. During the hour long speech, he spent a good five minutes defining America’s need to “pioneer a new generation of energy technology” and “reverse the growth of greenhouse gases.” This from a president who long argued that more evidence was needed to determine whether manmade greenhouse gases were a threat to the global environment and who is viewed as a friend to the coal and oil industries. He then spent the larger portion of that address confirming his administration’s resolve to advance the cause of liberty and turn back the tide of terrorism. Not in the running for this year’s presidential election, he must have missed the polls showing that the economy is the most pressing issue among voters. He spent approximately three…Log In to Read Full Article

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