A year ago we still harbored hopes that the economy would come down gradually and not-too-painfully; that we'd get a 'soft landing'. Well, that now seems out of reach. Who do we need to help us now.
Well, someone with a background is this sort of thing. An expert. Perhaps someone who is Visiting Scholar at Berkeley's Center for Catastrophic Risk Management? Someone with a bit of experience of keeping calm, keeping cool and properly managing crashes.
Chesley B. Sullenburger III for Taoiseach.