Do You Think That The American Economy Is Improving Or Not?
If not, do you think that the American public is being fed a load of propaganda by the government, media and business to the contrary?
The way I see it is that No it is not improving. Layoff, Hiring freeze in lot of companies, Lay offs and even in some State Governments. Housing market Horrible, Foreclosures by the 1000's. Value of homes dropping rapidly. Many people selling need to sell (short sales) in order to sell their homes. Other than that I guess we are doing ok , yea right!
by shazz01109 10 years ago
After all of the bailouts, TARP, etc., it seems that Obama and Congress are just spending $ that we don't have like drunken sailors. Shouldn't there be more focus on creating jobs, and improving the economy?
by jomine 8 years ago
Most American companies sell their products to the third world. But indigenous companies are mushrooming in third world, and finally a stage will reach that the markets will be saturated and there won't be any space to expand, rather the companies will have to shrink due to lack of business. Again...
by pisean282311 9 years ago
US President Barack Obama on Thursday asserted the American economy is moving in the right direction, but acknowledged that it has a long way to go."We've got a long way to go. But what is absolutely clear is, we're moving in the right direction," Obama said, addressing a gathering at...
by MojoDawg 7 years ago
How can a person retire comfortable in our current unstable American economy?
by ixwa 9 years ago
Did the fall of the American economy change this country's sense of right and wrong? How and Why?
by enjoy life 3 years ago
Will imposing trade tariffs (imports) backfire for the American economy?As Trump looks to make it harder for countries to import in to America, rather encouraging American made products, will it back fire for the American economy? Will other countries step up to fill the void, making it easier for...
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