Loc: Hampstead, MD, USA
I think the most interesting argument I hear from Republicans is how Obama's economic policies are going to force millions of businesses to go under, yet his economic policies aren't really any different than Clinton's.
Looking at these charts and data you can see just how wrong, and utterly fiscally stupid, republicans really are.
I lived through the '90's in the workforce. Perhaps it was because I was only in my '20s, but I never felt worried about losing my job, or even outright quitting my job as it never took me more than a few days to find another one, even when the economy was officially in recession.
While I like to think that would be the case today, I generally doubt so. While I like them locally for leadership (governors), I don't think Republicans - at least those of today - are good national leaders. Looking at such data I'd almost state that as fact.
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yet Bryan et al will respond that Cinton's economic success was because of Reagan/Bush and Bush's failure was because of Clinton. So anything positive that Obama may produce over the next eight years will be because of Bush. Get wit the program!
I think the current Recession/ Depression proves that much of Reagan's economic policies termed Reaganomics (trickle down, big deficit spending, and totally free market with no or little oversight ) does NOT work !!
That's the BIG lesson of the current plight. I thought it was BS at the time, ... and now I'm totally convinced.
Loc: Syracuse, NY
I will reply as et al. You took the words out of my mouth. But seriously, POTUS's of every stripe and their administrations do not an economy make. This ship that is the good old US of A is hard to turn in a mere four or even eight years. And do you think that what Bush, Paulson and company is doing will be any different from what Obama has in mind? Besides dogma from all sides, the ship steers itself.
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