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The First Four Obama Years Were a Painful Preview of the Next Four

glenn183 Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 1:08 AM
What do you expect from economic simpletons who think they can tinker with the laws of supply and demand ? It's a variant on price controls and that always works out so well doesn't it ? Anyone who says they'd be willing to pay more for something ALWAYS changes the opinion when the bill comes due.
anrkee Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 3:24 PM
not always true. I will pay more for a "made in america" product every single time i can find one.

WASHINGTON - Americans are by nature an optimistic, hopeful people, but the persistently dismal economy of the Obama years has crushed that spirit to debilitating levels.

As President Obama plunges into his second, four year term, Americans are more depressed about the future than at any time since the Carter years, according to the Gallup Poll.

Only 39 percent of Americans rated the nation's climate as positive, the lowest level Gallup has recorded since the end of Jimmy Carter's single term in office in 1979. That's when inflation was soaring and the U.S. economy was in shambles.

Only 48 percent now...