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Do you believe the nation’s economy will turn around in the first half of this year?

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Yes15%
142
No84%
749
891 total votes

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1babs68(58 comments)posted 5 years, 11 months ago

Nope....Bush's War was way out of our league. It's like I said a while back...if a person could bankrupt an oil company 2-3, I may add then what made America think that he couldn't do it to a country. Good ol USA just won't ever be the same...

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2DoctorGonzo(728 comments)posted 5 years, 11 months ago

Now, I am not sure here, but let me know, is this the same war that a bipartisan congress kept funding over the last 5 years? I guess every other politician in D.C. shares no blame for the state of the economy. In fact, I clearly remember dubya claiming this as "his war".
You watch too much television.

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3dmets(575 comments)posted 5 years, 11 months ago

Not with congress passing a raise for themselves. 4,000 more a year. Nice huh? Lets see very middle class working citizen in is asked to take pay cuts, and in ohio they're is expected to pay more taxes on gas, license plates, and their license. Come on open you eyes. The middle class is going to be poor and gone, and the rich will continue to live on easy street. The best way to find a better life is get out of the Youngstown area, heck make it out of Ohio all together!

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4Rocco(99 comments)posted 5 years, 11 months ago

Last one out, be sure to turn out the lights!!!!

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5peachykeeny708(1 comment)posted 5 years, 11 months ago

It's so easy to blame one man for problems fueled by a democratic Congress. The grass isn't always greener on the other side. Get ready to see your taxes skyrocket.

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6Wolfman(3 comments)posted 5 years, 11 months ago

peachy.......the "democratic congress" you mentioned hasn't had but a few days to do anything. NO congress can do something like that in a week or so. It's still the GOP's mess. It'll take YEARS to fix what they screwed up.

BTW, how about $485,000 for dishes in the white house? That's the "Bushy legacy".

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7pj(80 comments)posted 5 years, 11 months ago

As a republican I must disagree that the economy crisis was not by a deomcratic congress since we republicans were in charge & caused all the mess. On going wars never ever maintained a strong economy. Bush & Cheney's attitude & acts of stupidity in foreign & domestic situations are the results of our situation. MY act of stupidity was voting for them the 2nd time, when I knew they wanted wars.

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8NoBS(2013 comments)posted 5 years, 11 months ago

Wolfie, the dems have had the majority in Congress for the past two years!!!

If you want a Presidential Legacy, how about the Klintons stealing everything that wasn't nailed down when they left?

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9cambridge(3107 comments)posted 5 years, 11 months ago

Republicans like to rewrite history.

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10qwhitehead11(5 comments)posted 5 years, 11 months ago

no they dont LIKE too.

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11Rocco(99 comments)posted 5 years, 11 months ago

The Democrate run Congress has had the lowest percent of approval it history. Go figure that one out before you blame everything on Bush. I don't care for Bush either, but you still can't blame him for the mess the congress is in. Look at the appointee's Hussien is getting OMG!!!! Socialists, tax evaders, inexperienced just to name a few. Things will only get worse. It's a sad time for America.

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12andersonathan(675 comments)posted 5 years, 10 months ago

When people quit bailing out and trying to stimulate the economy. It just might turn around.

The system is built on success, failure and take overs. No one is going to jump in and start buying and selling stocks, when everybody has a hand out waiting for the feds to save them.

GM is spending a billion in Brazil for a new plant off of their recent "loan"

It is to crazy out there for investors. I just want to know if anyone ever heard about over 550 billion supposedly tried to be withdrawn electronically from the US on Sept. 9th or 10th 2008 and the treasury put a stop to it. And the fact of they don't know who it was?

At lest Bush could find a Sec. of Commerce!

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13VINDYAK(1799 comments)posted 5 years, 10 months ago

Some economists say our economy will bottom out in the spring of 2009 and begin a very slow recovery in the second half. The recovery will take 2 additonal years and bring us to the year 2012, just in time for the next presidential election. I wonder who will take responsibility for the recovery during the election??

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