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The Global Economy seems to respond in tandem to the Global Security and Index of Happiness, after the demise of Bin Laden, and the Wedding of William and Catherine!
This is truly a very interesting time, and the World Bank reports it as it is.
May President Obama use this positive energy towards his re-election campaign is what commentators are thinking and saying.
Now Pres Obama has roasted Trump at the Saturday White House Correspondents Dinner, visited Albama Torenodo Valley, and have Roasted Bin Ladin to oblivion, what next!
" Crown Him" and " I am In" is the name of the 2012 Campaign!
Who knows the Repulicans can come with some comedy and tragedy show of their own!
Such as asking the short form of Birth Certificate, Kindergarten, High School and College Record bonanza again?
Many critics and Congress Watchers of the Republicans claim that their performance indicates that may be most of them have not finished High School , yet they want to see IV League University Law School Performance of Obama. They do not know what it means to be an Obama, let them try him.
All the same, the World Bank is reporting the impact of the weekend Wedding of the Century and Bin Laden's trip to the Sea with the tool they know will improve the Economy!
Imagine what this means to the Price of Gas at the Pump, Gold price at Summer Weddings, and the Food shortage crisis in emerging economies.
May the Market show mercy to the people, some 7 Billion of us on planet earth.
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