AUSTAN GOOLSBEE: I think the world vests too much power, certainly in the president, probably in Washington in general for its influence on the economy, because most all of the economy has nothing to do with the government.
It's amazing aid for our struggling economy is not a priority for all Americans and politicians. I could see if aid to small businesses would cause more harm however it seems it will not. If you have to spend- spend.
It's up to us the citizens to spend as well. We need jobs staying domestic. We need businesses selling products with continued buyers. We need citizens working so we can repay the monies needed in order to rebuild our economic state.
What America doesn't need logically are politicians that feel, doing nothing but yelling about how our government is too big while spending is out of control, interfering with the stabilization of our economy.
I don't think it is about a refusal. It's about ignorance and an inability to strike correct balance between individual liberty and national security and power.
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whereas it is not only beyond reasonable doubt, it is beyond ALL doubt the GUILT of john wayne gacy, ted bundy, patricia krenwinkle, susan denise atkins, charles tex watson, leslie van houten, jeff dahmer, edwin ramos, henry lee lucas, cary staynor, leonard lake, charles chitat ng, ed gein, kenneth bianci, angelo buono, gary ridgway, richard ramirez, ted kaczynski, mark chapman, timothy mcveigh, karla homolka, melissa huckabee and hundreds of others
watch MSNBC's dark heart, iron hand
watch 48 hours, watch id
the worst must pay the ultimate price for their ultimate theft
the innocent are innocent
nyt: "given money, schools wait on rehiring teachers," august 17
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meanwhile, in the non-academic and non-hypothetical REAL world, dominated by linkable happenings, where blah blah blah is just another fool's hot air, THIRTY EIGHT in pelosi's temporary place have signed on for tax cuts for the rich
Nancy Pelosi keeps losing Democrats on tax cuts - Jonathan Allen - POLITICO.com