What If Massive Spending IS The Answer?

Do you believe the New Deal prolonged the Great Depression? If so, this post may not be for you. You may want to prepare yourself for absolute terror and look at this.

If you’re still reading, I’m going to assume you are freaked out by clowns, or you believe The New Deal helped the country out of the Great Depression.

If you do believe massive government spending and programs are the way out of bad economic times, are you ok with waiting as long as our grandparents waited then for things to turn around now?

We’ve been told we’re in the midst of the “worst economic crisis since the Great Depression“. How long should we expect for the bailouts/stimulus/Obama budged to start paying off?

Four years? Two years?

When “government must do something”, what do you feel is a reasonable amount of time to wait for “something” to take affect? And what are your expectations? Are there goals that should be met? In that time period what, to you, are acceptable numbers for:

What do you think the country’s expectations are for these numbers? More importantly, do you think the country collectively is willing to wait that long?

What happens if the clock runs out and expectations have not been met?

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It was very interesting to read your arguments and I can say that many of them I agree!

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