Discussion in 'Economy' started by Toro, Mar 13, 2009.
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I'm with the 47% who say no.
53% Believe a 1930s-style Depression is Likely
Most likely because they have zero clue what that entails.
is this the same 53% that didn't know who bill ayers was......
you are correct and im with toro i don't think it will happen
I'm feeling more optimistic that the 53% are wrong. Not just 4 days of positives, but I've noticed more cars and trucks on the road again during rush hour. Oh the good and bad of anything.
speaking of highways, did they ever get blago's name off the open road tolling booths?
Why yes they did, at least any I've seen. My guess is Quinn & Co. hope that all the tools will forget this ever happened, why with trying to pay our taxes and all. I seriously must get out of this state!
i work in a casino in mississippi and we are getting way more than we were let's say from september to december. in january and february we made more money than atlantic city.
I doubt that there is anyone here who lived through the Great Depression. Those who have have already stated that this is nothing like the Great Depression, nor is it likely to get anywhere close to being that bad.
We do have many more safety nets in place today than we did back then. The question now is whether we are going too far with those safety nets.
It's no surprise that almost the exact same percentage that voted for Obama believe that we are or will be in a depression worst than that of the 30's is it?
Peggy Noonan had a relevant piece in the WSJ.
There's No Pill for This Kind of Depression - WSJ.com
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