There's obviously a problem, though, because there's a reason why schools are feeding children breakfast and lunch these days, and sending backpacks full of food home on Friday so kids have food to eat over the weekend. We've gotten way out of whack somewhere along the line. I'm very concerned about what's going to happen to the poor if the economy completely heads South, as so many are predicting, and I blame both sides for their inattention to reality.
As far as Wall Street is concerned, I am seeing that there seems to be almost a frenetic change in attitude lately. They have always been called greedy and self-serving, but there seems to be something else in the wind these days, like a haste to make as much money as possible before some deadline occurs. Unless it has something to do with the rumor that we may lose our "favored nation" status, and the repercussions that will follow, I have no explanation, but even the brokers are edgy.
I don't know what's going on or what's coming, Hatuey, but I guess it's time to expect the unexpected, and try to be flexible. I just hope that Baltimore doesn't turn out to have been a cakewalk by comparison to what's next, and I'm not a conspiracy nut by nature.
I'd like to see everyone work together to fix our problems, and I'll help if I know what to do.