p18 Wrote:
Nov 12, 2012 8:24 PM
Yeah, keep living in that fantasy land. Bush's "near depression" was actually a housing bubble that had its roots in Dems "encouraging" (read: forcing) lending institutions to lend to prospective homeowners who had no business taking out those loans. True, it created a gold rush mentality that had to end sooner or later, but let's put the blame where it really lies. Just curious: is there anything you don't blame Bush for? An even bigger stretch: is there anything positive you can give him credit for?