"Truth" is an interesting thing. Elusive, deep, guarded, abrasive, sometimes carefully constructed, often unbelievable, seldom what we expect, and always what sets us free. Once it's out there, we can deal with it - but until it's officially revealed, we may suffer by it.
Our economy is also an interesting thing. It's been poorly managed and brutally abused for years, but things seemed okay. Today, finally, we have some sense that the truth of our malpractice is being laid out on the table. Today, finally, we have a president who vows to cut our excessive budget and pressures big businesses to do the same.
Today, finally, we can deal with the truth and take advantage of our freedom. Because tomorrow, our economy will thrive on cooperation and creativity - and those who want to play by a different set of rules will be left behind.