Sunday, July 19, 2009

What Will The Next Time Line Be?

The jobs are falling fast. Some are already predicting 5-7 years before recovery will occur. The our government gets in the way the longer it will last. This was proven under the "New Deal" policies of the great depression. Now, instead of taking the clear route to success, we have chosen the failed policies of the past.

Will the great depression be a minor financial blip in comparison to the current economic failures?

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well after the Health Care bill, (if it ever gets past) we won't have to worry because we will all be up the creek.

12:50 PM, July 19, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't think many people will be around in 5-7 years. With foreclosures and people losing their jobs, this country is going to be so deep in trouble it's going to take a miracle to get it out. I really don't see the great depression as something that is so far fetched. Already people are losing their houses and moving in with family. They are living paycheck to paycheck not knowing if tomorrow there will be a job to go to....and I speak from experience. It's a scary thought that we may be needing to stand in line looking for our next meal.

6:54 PM, July 19, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes indeed.. GREAT BLOG

3:40 PM, July 20, 2009  

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