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Old 11-14-2012, 01:45 PM   #14
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Default Re: The Fiscal Cliff

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Originally Posted by Godzuki
it sure is and its been recovering quite well ever since just prior to the debates. the fiscal cliff is the one big obstacle we have to get thru, hopefully the Republicans won't keep trying to leverage our country's well being for their party agendas. i mean you lost, about time you back down to what the country voted for...

The funny thing is, the recovery is pretty much unstoppable. The 'cliff' would be a major stumbling block but the CBO predicted that even if we go over with no deal, the economy is still due to add 9.6 million jobs in the next 4 years. So no deal would mean a loss of up to 3 million jobs and another recession, but the economy will still chug along. Barry's work during his first term, much to the chagrin of anti-American Civil War reenactor neo-secessionists such as some on this board, saved us from another great depression and put us on the road to a strong recovery.
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