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Abe calls on U.S. to resolve fiscal uncertainties

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Budge battle in Washington is now the "new normal". Japan & China, the two biggest creditors better get use to it.

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With Japan borrowing another 3 Trillion Yen to help pay for the Fukushima disaster, they're not in much better shape than the U.S. I do agree with Abe that the politicians better straighten up. This round of elections we just had will hopefully convince the Republicans that the Tea Party that they've been genuflecting to isn't all that it's cut out to be. Republicans lost elections they had expected to win in supposed "Tea Party states".

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Pot calling the Kettle black.

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As long as the current government is in power in America do not hold your breath on that happening for you will surely die waiting to breath again.

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Shinzo Abe calling to Secretary Jack Lew for resolve fiscal uncertainties! Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on weekday more his voice to demand Washington to figure through its budget battles as he met with U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew. Thanks for sharing with us.

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Abe, call our gov't after the next elections. The next presidential cabinet, house of congress and representatives should be better than what it is now.

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