Tuesday, May 20, 2008

We're In A Box, That Isn't Really a Box

Newsweek's Jane Bryant Quinn writes:

"We're in a box. The rising pace of foreclosures lies at the heart of this recession. But Washington hasn't yet hatched a rescue plan that seems likely to save many homes."

Actually, most of the homes are fine and they will soon be going to people who can afford to pay for them.

Oh yeah, and we're not in a recession. By definition you need two consecutive quarters of negative growth. We haven't even had one yet. We may get there. But we're not there yet.

3 Comments:

Anonymous randal said...

Poor LibDems, they’ve been cheering for our economy to tank so they could continue to use this to seize power (much as they have been rooting for our enemies to prevail so they could use that to seize power). Now what will the filthy, power hungry LibDems use to play their underhanded political games while celebrating America’s demise?

May 20, 2008 at 10:37 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

we wern,t cheering for it just waiting. what other consequence could there be.elect a retard and give power to 10 percent of the most welthy, just wait. they will destroy everything to make a buck.

May 25, 2008 at 3:20 PM 
Anonymous randal said...

You think things are bad now? Just waiting until you get your Radical Liberal Militant Black Muslim president in there with Congress also controlled by Radical Liberal kooks and no one there to stop them from ruining our country.
Think we'll hear the LibDems weeping about a "lack of checks and balances" then?
Oh, but "Bush lied" and he fumbles a word here and there. Like that's important...

May 26, 2008 at 12:08 PM 

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