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Posted by The Hack on Friday, April 11 at Friday, April 11, 2008 | Permalink
Glad to see Wells provide some balance. I was wondering the same thing after looking at the first link.Of course, the whole comparison is apples and oranges to some extent. as powerful as the U.S. President is, there are always factors outside of his/her control that will impact key labour market stats.
Posted by PolicyFrog |
I'd like to see some debt numbers too - this is the legacy administrations bestow to future generations who have the joy of paying back - with interest.
Posted by Unapologetic Ex-Winnipegger |
http://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/04/10/twilight-in-america/Is a more telling de-bunking of this all.
Posted by Kyle G. Olsen |
Policy Frog writes:"...as powerful as the U.S. President is, there are always factors outside of his/her control that will impact key labour market stats."2000: Republican controlled House and Senate2008: Democrat controlled House and Senatehmmm...
Posted by Aaron |