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The Reddest of Presidents

frosselli Wrote: Jul 24, 2012 3:19 PM
I watched this happen in New York (I'm old enough to say that!). The Democrats systematically destroyed neighborhoods in a process they called "gentrification," thereby running the people who couldn't affprd the new, fashionable condos out (all the stories you've heard about the methods they used to get people out of the buildings are true). But, never fear! They provided "public housing:" crime-ridden, institutionally-painted, occasionally-maintained high-rises. Their residents are completely dependent on government for their most basic needs, roadblocks to their independence having been carefully placed. These places are little more than Democrat vote-farms. Looks like it''s now the national plan.

It’s clear the economy is seeing red.

A host of economists, who always seem to be the last to know, have cut GDP growth forecasts recently, in light of rising unemployment and falling manufacturing output. The latest to see the light at the end of the tunnel in its proper context as a speeding train coming right at us is Fannie Mae’s chief economist, Doug Duncan. Fannie Mae always seems to be the last-est of the last to know.   

“The data from the past month collectively point to decelerating economic growth, but growth nonetheless," noted Duncan in a statement by Fannie...

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