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Discussion in 'Politics & World News' started by Spero, Feb 7, 2008.
Senate passes stimulus package
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I can afford to start smoking again!
of the 20M SS beneficiaries, i wonder how many have already put in to the pot. i also wonder just how this will curtail our main economic shortcoming: deficit spending.
i think i'll buy $1200 worth of mcd's stock, even though dubya wants me to buy only the happy ending meals
sorry if i sound like a ****ing liberal, this **** just doesn't add up.
A Gabillion dollar deficit, and they are giving money back? I am going to stock up on ammo.
When I first saw the thread title I though you meant rape, then I realised there must have been a bunch of them.
I heard even bark eaters are buying the sh!t.
Just another enormous push towards the big one... fvcking dumb asses
So is it safe to say that from here on out every time economic growth drops below 3% the government is just going to start handing out checks?
Since when did recession mean <3% growth and not <0%?
Here is an idea. Instead of privatizing social security how about we just make SS like a 401K that you buy federal bonds with? It would keep the debt within the country and it would make people give a **** about national debt levels. Probably a bad idea but it popped into my head and I thought I'd type it out.
I think current usage is something along the lines of recession being a drop in growth, and depression negative growth.
I can't confirm that because I set my firewall to block attempts to connect to Wikipedia and then I burnt my copy of the password to reconfigure it.
I like it. The only hard part is convincing Republicans to care about debt levels.
i think you caught a typo, and it should be rape.
throwing us some cash is like saying "now go clean yourself up"
Woohoo! Show me da cash!
In macroeconomics, a recession is a decline in a country's gross domestic product (GDP), or negative real economic growth, for two or more successive quarters of a year.
Damn you for circumventing my filters!
Consider inflation and the CPI index growth rates whenever you're looking at these figures.
I refuse to do so.