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Old 12-10-17, 11:10 AM
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Originally Posted by SWMCinci View Post
Good question, and the answer is actually quite simple - optimism. Obama was a terrible president and his handling of the recession was textbook wrong. He attempted to do the same things that FDR did in the 1930s and they were equally ineffective. Barry followed the FDR playbook, paid back some political debts, used MASSIVE amounts of Taxpayer dollars to do so and the results were very similar - "created jobs" for thousands of dollars more that the jobs were worth. At one point in the spendulous package the DOL was forced to admit that some of the $50K jobs "created or saved" actually cost Taxpayers $200K-$300K each.

How would you compare 1.8% job growth in Obama's last calendar year to 2.5% in Trump's 1st?
This is utter BS. Pure political slant. Obama actually picked up the ball that Bush was carrying. They both bailed out and it was the right thing to do. I notice no mention of Bush in your post.

The one place they both failed is the banks never learned a lesson and are already lobbying extremely hard to repeal much of what is in the Dodd-Frank Act which is scary.
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