Some Good News for JoeB

Discussion in 'Economy' started by Toro, Jun 2, 2012.

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    Hey Toro,

    Did you catch this article?

    Review & Outlook: An Economy Built to Stall - WSJ.com

     
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    Wonder what JoeB's fair share is?
     
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    Did you catch this link that was in the link Toro used?
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    Obama Tells Donors Europe To Blame For Weak Job Growth

    Obama Tells Donors Europe to Blame for Weak Job Growth - Bloomberg
    Three years later and he's still blaming someone else but himself.
     
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    TBH I think Obama's policies are hurting on the margin but it's not the primary cause of the sluggish recovery. The primary cause of the sluggish recovery is that we are recovering from a massive housing bubble, and it would be sluggish no matter who was in power. But I do think it would be less sluggish with better policies.
     

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