On Mar 1, 4:22 pm, ffra...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
On Mar 1, 1:18 pm, alohacyberian <alohacyber...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
You are meaningless in the world, Amerikkkans. You've sold your
economy to bush. He loathes you, but you continue to feed the pig.
As a True American, with values and integrity (look'm up). I deplore
your traitorism to the great and honorable foundation that our
founding fathers laid, Your divisiveness is hour demise.
Hear my words and change your future.
It takes a village to raise a child.
We are Not heading into recession. President Bush said so.
If we are heading into a recession we are reaping the rewards
of the incessant liberal Democrat propaganda that may finally
have convinced most Americans that we are heading for a
recession. Be careful what you wish for.
- Re: Euro Surges Against The Dollar
... :> Euro today. ... :> It's heading for parity with the Oz dollar too. ... :It has to be true for Bush just said there was no recession. ...
- Re: Obama falls to new low at just 39% approval - most dont want him re-elected
... Couple that with the depth of this recession, ... If Bush owns that 5.2 average, ... Gov't doesn't 'MAKE' money, they print it. ... suddenly found room to negotiate. ...
- How memorable are these recessions?
... President Bush opened his final radio address of the year this way: ... our economy was still recovering from the attacks of September ... 11th, 2001, and it was pulling out of a recession that began before I ... President Bush took the oath of office on Jan. 20, ...
- Recession: What took so long?
... The largest factor driving this country's economy into recession has ... been the Bush administration's profligate spending. ... Forget about the $127 billion surplus that President Bill Clinton left ...
- Re: What caused the Great Recession ?
... But why has the Recession continued so long and been so deep? ... the rating agencies gave them high ratings and made a bundle of money ... Bush changed the rules to allow investment banks to increase their ... This encouraged the private sector, freed from government regulation by legislation successfully promoted by Phil Gramm in 1999 and 2000, to move into the subprime market. ...