Thursday, August 23, 2012

Like it our not, this economy seems to be dependent on government spending

Radio news says Congressional Budget Office warns of possible double dip recession if automatic spending cuts and tax hikes, called "the sequester," go into effect at end of year. Looks like the economy is, to a large extent, dependent on government spending.

Maybe private enterprise should be allowed to build all those fossil fuel pipelines and coal ports? More drought in Midwest for sure.

We need some better thinking than the old Republican playbooks.

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