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Obama- Look to Japan's "Lost Decade" before you stimulate

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If they just try to pump in money without fixing any of the problems, yes it will look an awful lot like Japan.

Sounds kind of like what Pelosi and Pals were trying to do. At least Obama called them on it. His biggest mistake was giving this bill to Pelosi to author.

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I often look at Japanese before stimulating my package.

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I often look at Japanese before stimulating my package.

Aren't they famous for Bukaki? :eek:

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And by the best economic minds in the world, you mean Senators and Congressman,

Uh, no.

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Uh, no.

Good. You had me worried there. :)

"Uh, no." You're even starting to sound like Mr. Obama.

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so Dems went from feeling the need to challenge and investigate every word said by the federal govt. to telling people to sit back and listen to their every word without questioning. how sensible

I do find this quite interesting.

6 months ago, it was look behind what Bush is telling you to see the real truth.

Now it's take Pres's word for it, they have America's best interest at heart.

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