History and Economies

Discussion in 'Economy' started by Annie, Nov 14, 2010.

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    this gets my vote for most retarded way to start a thread.
     
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    No problem, I aim to be the best.
     
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    But the OP is actually pretty damned good.
     
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    how sad
     
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    Indeed. The economy is very sad and quickly getting worse thanks in major part to the policies you applaud.
     
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    there's an 'original' opinion. could you explain how you've judged that the economy is getting worse? quickly, moreover? what's your take on how policy has caused this effect you claim?
     
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    At each turn, the President and his advisors are choosing the worst possible path in our names and with our money.

    Unemployment continues, inflation has begun to kick in and now the fed is embarking on another way to enrich Goldman Sachs, while causing ever increasing misery on the people.
     
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    i haven't seen that policy has been that gawdawful. i hasn't been hell-bent on recovery as it could have been, but there is little more than additional fiscal measures which could be of much help. that's not so popular. what do you suggest?

    the fed's policy isn't bad for the economy. i don't buy the inflation theories which are popular nowadays. in the real world, the deflation is all i could see. homes and labor prices. since the latter aren't deflatable, bigger firms, especially, are doing the mass-layoff thing. even though me and some of the smaller firms i know of are hiring, and the national figures are showing bigger net job numbers, it's not budging the unemployment rate. i doesn't seem to be getting worse.
     

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