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Nobody thinks that we should just pick from the rosiest scenario or base our policies on one prediction.
Even under the rosiest of economic growth scenarios, these plans blow at least a $1 trillion hole in the federal budget.
Even under this rosiest of scenarios from the point of view of Damascus, without true political restructuring combined with a comprehensive rebuilding effort, such a "victory" might only be a stay of execution from the inevitable.
To date, the Piketty and Saez (2003) studies, and subsequently Sommeiller and Price (2014), appear to paint the grimmest picture for the bottom (and the rosiest for the top) in terms of income growth.
(6) "Avec Les Demoiselles de Rochefort, Jacques Demy propose son film le plus rose et le plus enjoue, le plus deliberement optimiste, un film oil la magie de la musique semble pouvoir tout resoudre" ("With Les Demoiselles de Rochefort, Jacques Demy puts forward his rosiest and most cheerful, most intentionally optimistic film, a film in which the magic of music seems able to solve all problems") (Berthome, 212).
iasm," s fiane And wheeler dealer Sofiane who came out rosiest from task one, flogging collectibles, having sold a "garden sort of porcelain thing", which Courtney helpfully clarified was "a vase" worth PS7, for PS175.
They'd also note the curious, and surely gender-related, tendency for Hillary to poll better when she has shown vulnerability: her numbers rose when she seemed to shed a tear during her 2008 primary battle against Barack Obama, and, 10 years earlier, when she was the injured party during the Monica Lewinsky scandal Those with the rosiest tint to their spectacles would also note that when the media are talking about Clinton's health, at least they're not talking about her earlier consignment of half of Trump's supporters into the "basket of deplorables" as racists, sexists and Islamophobes - a gaffe that meant she was already in trouble even before she crumpled in New York.
Thus, at the start of the second calendar quarter, the rosiest predictions call for improvement, while the more realistic forecasts insist that we will see more of the same.
Those are better than the trillion-plus dollar annual deficits logged during the depths of the Great Recession, but still amount to roughly half a trillion dollars per year added to the total federal debt (and those are the rosiest predictions, which very seldom come to pass where government spending is concerned).
[USPRwire, Sun Nov 22 2015] We forecast positive growth across Mexico's freight sector in 2016, with the rail mode showing the rosiest signs of growth both in 2016 and in the medium term to 2019.