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maybe, one day, you will know. if not today, then perhaps by adding 1+1 tommorrow you will get two.
It's George Bush himself!!
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It's George Bush himself!!
:rolleyes:

actually this is ester........
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Agressive dominating foreign policy

Filled with people who are patriotic and love their country and work to make it great

Continual influx of migrant workers for low end jobs, great educational institutions for the high end ones

A country rich in national resources

Large population (not a factor on its own though-look an india china

George Bush Plays no part in economic policy, as he is functionally innumerate
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"George Bush Plays no part in economic policy"

Not true. He supported tax cuts which started our economic recovery which started in the late 90's.
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"George Bush Plays no part in economic policy"

Not true. He supported tax cuts which started our economic recovery which started in the late 90's.
He wasn't President in the late 90's.

Besides, the US economy really crashed in 2001 after 9/11 and Enron.
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I didn't say he was the president in the late 90's. I said the recession started in the late 90's......and yes, 9/11 worsened and prolonged the recovery.
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I didn't say he was the president in the late 90's. I said the recession started in the late 90's......and yes, 9/11 worsened and prolonged the recovery.
You said "he supported tax cuts which started our economic recovery in the late 90's"

Now you're saying "the recession started in the late 90's"

Let's be clear about this. What started in the late 90's? The recession, or the economic recovery?
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You said "he supported tax cuts which started our economic recovery in the late 90's" - Howard

You actually misquoted me. But I see what you are saying.......

I should have said.....

He supported tax cuts which started our economic recovery from the recession that started in the late 90's.

How's that?
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You said "he supported tax cuts which started our economic recovery in the late 90's" - Howard

You actually misquoted me. But I see what you are saying.......

I should have said.....

He supported tax cuts which started our economic recovery from the recession that started in the late 90's.

How's that?
Better. But I think you'll find that the recession really only came about after President Bush took the reigns in 2000. As a matter of fact, when I arrived in the good ole US of A in 2001 the economy was still pretty buoyant.
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Face it. The economy was better under slick Willy.
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Who was more interested in playing the Sax and getting upto some cigar tricks than anything else.
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"But I think you'll find that the recession really only came about after President Bush took the reigns in 2000." - Howard

I've already found that the economy started to slip at the end of Clinton's reign. First of all I remember it, second most economists agree.

"As a matter of fact, when I arrived in the good ole US of A in 2001 the economy was still pretty buoyant."

Yes it was, but that's got nothing to do with the recession that was occuring.

"Face it. The economy was better under slick Willy."

No doubt about it. Thank GOD for Reagan.
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