http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20100909/bs_ … titiveness
Oops, look like an objective third party has come to that conclusion, and Obama can no longer claim it's Bush's fault!
Can you give me a single example of a recession anywhere near the slide that ours took us at the end of Bush, where the "fix" was manifested within 2 years? I am only looking for one. Got any? Do you understand economics or just how to cut and paste?
I think it's Bush's fault that we can no longer blame Bush! lol
Actually, it goes back further to the deregulation of the market, derivatives, invention of credit default swaps and the fake market that resulted in them, eliminated of regulatory laws put in place during the Great Depression that Phil Gramm and the Republicans eliminated like Glass Steagall. Seriously folks, this isn't mystery science. It only take a few minutes to learn this stuff. Wow. Effort.
by lady_love158 12 years ago
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Banks-rep … 62554.htmlForeclosures topped 1 million in 2010 and the pace is expected to pick up in this quarter pushing home prices down an additional 5% and putting more borrowers under water.Yes Obama and the Democrats are doing a bang up job on the recovery!...
by Alexander A. Villarasa 10 years ago
Now that all three presidential and one vice-presidential debates are history, the quintessential question begs to be answered. Are we better off economically compared to 4 years ago when Pres. Obama assumed the reins of the presidency? If some of us answers yes, then Obama...
by Holle Abee 10 years ago
If this had been on a conservative site, it would hard for me to believe. But it's from WaPo:http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the … 8/?print=1
by Susan Reid 14 years ago
In what he hoped would be the capstone to his eight years as President, George W. Bush today signed an executive order repealing the English language.Scrawling his name on the official document, Mr. Bush said that in abolishing English he had vanquished his "greaterest enemy."For Mr....
by lady_love158 11 years ago
http://spectator.org/archives/2011/05/1 … economics/Sadly too many here believe as Jesses Jackson Jr. does. Luckily for us they aren't in congress too. His ideas teach us a couple of lessons, that elected and educated people in government are not the best and brightest nor are they correct...
by Nathan Bernardo 10 years ago
Is it not a little telling that it comes up at all? Questioning his nation of origin, and in other ways making reference to his race. It seems entirely irrelevant, though a person can definitely question many other things about his policies, and there's plenty of it to question. It seems his...
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