Author Topic: A 3% GDP deficit: yet most people think the US is on the wrong track?!!?  (Read 951 times)

Offline josephpalazzo

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One can almost hear the Republican response: "Yeah, well imagine what it would have been if Obama hadn't been the President."

Offline Solitary

Right, the last Republican president did such a good job, bringing it down. It may go up again with the involvement of us in Iraq again fighting ISIS at $100,000+ a day cost. I think the United Nations, who should be the ones involved in World Peace, instead of us being the peace keepers, is a big failure. Taking sides is going to come back and bite us, I think. Solitary
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Offline stromboli

Not to mention the Clinton years.
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Offline Hydra009

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Not to mention the Clinton years.
Remember when we were faced with the challenge of how to spend the latest surplus?  Those were the days.

Offline josephpalazzo

The GDP is slated to grow at 4.5% and unemployment rate to slimmer down to 5%, it will mean that soon deficits will turn into surplusses. Let's hope we won't do what Bush did in 2001, squandered those surplusses on tax cuts for the rich. Those surplusses should go for paying the incurring debt. Period.

Offline Jason Harvestdancer

With the debt about 100% GDP (haven't checked the latest figures) yes, a 3% GDP deficit is way too high.
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he GDP is slated to grow at 4.5% and unemployment rate to slimmer down to 5%

No wonder the republicunts are so eager to recapture the white house.  Can't allow that to happen.  Why those 99%ers might start getting uppity and then where would their billionaire asshole buddies be?
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Offline josephpalazzo

Re: A 3% GDP deficit: yet most people think the US is on the wrong track?!!?
« Reply #7 on: September 01, 2014, 10:38:50 AM »
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No wonder the republicunts are so eager to recapture the white house.  Can't allow that to happen.  Why those 99%ers might start getting uppity and then where would their billionaire asshole buddies be?

It's in the cards that in the Republican attempt to grab power, they will try everything to sabotage this growing economy. What's not helping the Democrats is that they don't know what to do when things are going their way.

 

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