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The issue of crony capitalism is slowly emerging as a political issue that could provide Republicans with an opening to leapfrog Democrats on the question of job creation, economic growth and the widening income gap.
As we approach the fourth anniversary of 2008's financial crisis, it's clear that Congress has done nothing to solve the crisis's central problem.
Consumer confidence is at the highest level it's been since the recession officially ended in February. Many financial analysts share the optimistic outlook. An Associated Press poll of economists projected higher growth for the U.S. economy in 2012. The bad news is that the positive growth figure is contingent on Europe's economic situation remaining relatively stable - and that's not likely.