Okay, explain to me if the GDP had been -6.4% last quarter it would have been meaningless too. Explain if the next several quarters are all negative and the GDP for 2010 is down -6.4% for each quarter (-25.6%) it would be meaningless ... something you learned in your economics classes.
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Simply , it would not make a dent in the graph - It really shows a massive job lay off then it reached its peak , then declined .
Or, it shows the infusion of government funds helped reverse the trends. Your guess is as good as mine ... and since you've determined there is no way to prove either position I'm not really sure why you insist your view is more valid over the alternative. To me, absent proof, they seem equally viable =)
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