The problem is, you are the one who accused me of having my head up my ass and said I need to actually research how bad the economic conditions are instead of listening to pundits screaming on radio and television shows about how bad things are. You post a “pretty little graph” but can’t explain how the numbers were derived, yet you have the audacity to assume that I base my opinions upon screaming talk radio and tv talking heads?
The reality is that I look at real numbers, sort through the political hackery and try to come to intelligent conclusions on my own. You on the other hand have relied upon a progressive anti Reagan political hack site that doesn’t bother to explain how its statistical calculations are performed; it simply paints a partisan picture in the hopes that mindless individuals will accept the data as true without asking where the numbers come from.
As was already pointed out by another poster, S&P gave the US a negative outlook today. Perhaps you should spend a little less time listening to the extreme progressive “spend, spend and spend more” web sites and join the rest of us here in reality.
Like pure democracy is impractical.
And how does a libertarian declare anyone un-libertarian.
Isn't that un-libertarian?
Anyone wondering what I'm talking about start here:
The Psychology of Persuasion