Bernanke May Sound Tougher to Avert Fed Rebellion

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke, likely to leave interest rates unchanged today, may need to sound tougher on inflation to avert the sharpest public disagreement among policy makers in more than a decade.

The fastest inflation in 17 years adds to the risk that three members of the Federal Open Market Committee will dissent for the first time since 1992.

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This administration, through their "wars without end" policies, have thrown the economy of this country off a cliff.

This will be a big part of Bush's true "legacy" to this country.

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