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Time now for our hits and misses of the year Brett -- -- -- I think.
An absolute hit to NASA and the people -- Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena California for this amazing feat.
Of putting the curiosity rover big rover both sides of SUV.
-- pinpoint on the surface of Mars to.
Look for signs of the planet's geological past possibly life it shows that the can do spirit the true spirit of curiosity is alive in America like nowhere else.
And I hope it carries us forward.
Just beyond plants all right Matt.
My person of the year is also arguably the most powerful person in the world.
But she does not give -- very many charismatic speeches and is not very fancy she's Angela Merkel -- -- the chancellor of Germany.
I think she's done more than anyone in the last year.
To try and save us from an economic calamity in Europe is not a perfect solution but somehow she's nudge some of these European countries in the south toward reform.
She's agreed on some bailouts to keep it going so if the Euro survives and we all survived to be thanks to her and she wins reelection absolutely Joseph.
-- my -- of the years of the people need new York New Jersey their conduct during hurricane -- I think about it half of Manhattan without power half of New Jersey without power.
No subways no gas scenes that look like they're out of the Dresden firebombing.
Yet civilizations and fall away there was no disorder there was no crime there's no violence.
People did the best that they could and said things will look better in the morning I think it's a testament.
Two resilience -- and grace under pressure.
Right here here Joseph -- and it's a big one goes to Chief Justice John Roberts for his ruling that the Affordable Care Act is constitutional.
He agreed with a four conservatives that the law violated the commerce clause of the constitution.
-- was the main claim of the 26 states that sued but -- he turned around.
Without a constitutional.
Under the government's taxing power even though the plain language of the law says it wasn't a tax.
Justice Roberts was clearly looking for any rationale to uphold the law.
I think because he was looking not to get criticized have the court criticized for being too political he probably believes he was protecting the reputation of the court.
But in the process he made the court look more political and he heard his own reputation and I think ultimately the courts to.
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