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Old 10-05-2012, 06:07 PM
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Originally Posted by 1_Industrialist View Post
Lets see......a lot more Legislation being crammed down into law.

Besides that....all the fundamentals of the economy that were brewing in the 1990's would've imploded just the same in the 2000's. I'd still say Bush would've been better, and that's saying something. With a (D) in office, there are always these ideological thoughts on how to impose Authoritarian collectivist policies that force us all to empty our pockets and share.
I know you're just a gimmick poster, but as far as the economy being better off; the Bush tax cuts in conjunction with the unfunded wars devastated the economy, as economists at the time said they would.

However, the policies of military Keynesianism may very well have propped up the economy for a time, prior to the collapse.
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