Bad economic year ahead?

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  1. billwald

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  2. Ed Edwards

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    Yes, 2011 is a bad economic year ALREADY.

    I've gotten (so far this year only) three un-solicited offers of Credit Cards. Each card has been pre-declined. got-ya!
     
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    We are already seeing fuel prices skyrocket (as I and many others predicted would happen post election).

    Last time they blamed Bush. Who can they blame this time? :wavey:

    The trillions of dollars spent on the various stimulus bills were "promised" to hold unemployment below 8%. Guess that worked out well. And I'm SURE we needed those bike paths that were build with the money (when fuel hits $5 a gallon... :BangHead: )

    No, we're not out of the woods yet -- or at all!

    Most of the actions during the previous Congress (past 2 years) were not slated to take effect until this year or even until 2014. That was, in a sense, calculated to make the opposition party look like, well, excrement. People (sheeple) have short memories, and they believe what the main-stream media tells them to believe, and so when the "wrong" party is in office or power, the press will simply start to blame them for all the evils ALREADY perpetrated by the Obama administration.

    Gonna be rough. I suggest stocking up on canned goods and blankets...
     
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    "Last time they blamed Bush. Who can they blame this time? :wavey:"

    Uuuuh, Bush. :)
     
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    I am still blaming the first Bush and Richard Nixon ;-)
     
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