Fifty years from now (assuming we haven’t suffered a Greek-style fiscal collapse), will we still enjoy our constitutional freedom of private gun ownership?
When questioned about the timeline for tapering being the middle of 2014, Bernanke responded with, basically, "If everything goes right and according to plan." Now, this wouldn't necessarily be construed negatively, except for his comments made just previously when he told another Congressman that there were no plans to taper quantitative easing in the foreseeable future.
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