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Back from the brink, for a little while, anyway

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Hallelujah! The game of fiscal chicken that might have sent the U.S. economy spiraling into the abyss ended in overtime Tuesday. And while there may have been no decisive victor, at least the game ended without calamity, as the spirit of compromise the Senate adopted on New Year’s Eve finally took hold in the House a day later. As evidenced by yesterday’s stunning stock market gains overseas and on Wall Street, the deal, such as ...

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January 3, 2013
8:52 a.m.

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You can apply this to The City of Schenectady as well.....It is a long drop..with a very short rope.

January 3, 2013
5:11 p.m.

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If you come home and the sewer line broke and your home is filling up with sewage, do you raise the roof or pump out the sewage? If you have to borrow money to pay the bills do you increase spending or cut it? I know the liberal Gazette would continue to tax and spend but us citizens that actually work and pay taxes want to cut spending.