It's about passing the buck time after time to the next generation, and the next with higher and higher debt.
THIS IS NOT THE AMERICAN WAY WE WERE TAUGHT, THIS SHOULD NOT BE HOW AMERICA CO0NDUCTS BUSINESS TODAY.
For of all the slippery slopes to go down this is one America should avoid.
How can the leaders of American government and American business ask the American people to leave America better for the next generation while they leave America worse?
Tiki bar regular.
My code, never take anything for granted always expect the unexpexted.
Never take anything you don't need ,never want anything you can't have
Now, back to the gloomy economic news vs crowded shopping malls, what is your take on that? Are people spending money that they don't have, or is the economy really better than we've been led to believe?
Can't we just turn Congress off and then turn it back on again?
The economy meanwhile happens at the margins. People are spending more, but not quite enough more for businesses to go on some hiring binge. Job losses have declined and what's called household deleveraging has advanced, but not quite enough to prompt consumers to go on some spending spree. We're close, but nobody is likely to feel at ease as long as the Republicans insist on promoting one freaking hostage-taking showdown after another. The relative prosperity of the late 1990's resulted in part from Republicans "getting" the message of the 1996 elections and abandoning at least the economic side of their Clinton hatred. That's a lesson that today's haters need to absorb as well. Especially if they intend their party to have an actual future.
cheeseburga! cheeseburga! cheeseburga!
Think if Trump get elected how much resistance he will face with in all phases of our country from people to military to politicians. He must not win.
It's just "chee". Not "cheese".