The Grinch That Will Fail to Steal Christmas


The Whos down in Whoville are starting to stir, as memories of the recession are beginning to blur. Maybe they’ll spend a bit more this year — perhaps on a roast, a dessert, or some holiday cheer. But wait, there’s word of a cold, icy chill. It’s blowing down from up on Capitol Hill. Sequestration, a shutdown, Obamacare costs. Could it be that the holiday season is lost? Will the Grinch put a stop to seasonal spending? Could it be the recovery soon will be ...

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on Dec 6, 2013

Good read; appreciate the effort on rhymes!

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