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Ara Trembly, founder of Ara Trembly, The Tech Consultant, is a widely known and highly experienced consultant, journalist and speaker in the technology field, notably for insurance and financial services audiences. He is also the creator and author of The Rogue Guru Blog, which offers fun and interesting commentary on the technology scene.
Formerly the Senior Technology Editor for National Underwriter, and a featured blogger for Insurance Networking News, he has been a writer, marketing professional and public speaker on technology for business since 1982.
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When am I going to be able to stop saying that the economy is still in the dumper? Uh... maybe a couple of years after Mitt Romney is elected?
The utter failure of the Obama administration on this and other fronts is plain to see. The real question is whether or not the dems' campaign of character assassination and avoidance of key issues will work with the electorate.
God willing, the answer will be no. The debates tells us little that we didn't already know, but they do point up the obvious fact that Obama cannot run on his record. The bottom line: It's time for change.. again!
Maybe you have a different view? Let me know!
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AND Speaking of things financial... you may want to check out the financial musings of my good friend Jim Picerno at The Capital Spectator. Jim knows more than most folks about the esoteric workings of the financial world, so take a look at what he's saying before your 401K kicks the bucket for good!