WHOSE "DODGING A BULLET"? The government or you?

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Have you ever "dodged a bullet"? What does this mean? Does it mean you are better off not facing the unpredictable future? Whose dodging a bullet these days?  Has Congress dodged a bullet by temporarily raising the debt ceiling? Has Obama dodged a bullet by compromising? Have you dodged a bullet in your personal life? Did you not get a job and feel better about it because it might have been a bad situation? Have you been through a break up and are told you "dodged a bullet"? Wise Kitty has heard this phrase over and over lately and we think it is a catch-all expression for avoiding potential disappoint to make us all feel better about a potential loss. BUT, Wise Kitty thinks that it is better to face the future head-on as what if the reverse is true, that we are not "dodging a bullet" but we are missing out on a potential opportunity. Wise Kitty, aka Becky and Bonnie want to know what you think, we want to know what you've been avoiding - is reality that bad? Wise Kitty wants to know! Join the conversation and call in! 

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