What do you all think of Bush's "economy"?

It seems everything has caught up to the borrowers and lenders; the sky is falling and has no parachute! The blind leading the blind into a deficit of heII! I can not believe what i read here, as what many catholics have read about their religion and still fail to see the truth of what is right and wrong! My visa has a credit limit, G.W. and company have no limit, does that start to ring a bell! I most certainly think not for 80% of you who've answered!

Asked By: overworkedsingleguy - 3/5/2007
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Bush Administration Fails to Jumpstart Economy... More
Answered By: blueridgeliving - 3/5/2007
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The President really has little to do with the economy.
Answered By: Andrew - 3/5/2007
my finances are doing great....what country are you livin in? it's a personal thing, as far as I'm concerned. I'm not wealthy, but I got a big tax check back and I'm doing great!
Answered By: Robby's Girl - 3/5/2007
I think you must be a democrat. The stock market is still sky high, gas prices are down, job rates are up. I'm rather fond of Bush's economy.
Answered By: Keith - 3/5/2007
calling it bush's economy really is incorrect. the economy isnt great right now but nor is it bad. it's just ok.
Answered By: Mr. O - 3/5/2007
I don't see that at all. The economy is very strong.
Answered By: yupchagee - 3/5/2007
My sky is clear and blue...Doing better than I have in the last 10 years...My customers are doing better also...Guess its working..
Answered By: Politically Wrong - 3/5/2007
The economy is great from where I sit, but then I'm just your average middle class working guy, so you may not value my opinion... More
Answered By: SantaBud - 3/5/2007
If the president has nothing to do with the economy, then why does he take credit for it if it's good? And somebody else here mentioned lower gas prices??? I don't know what United States she's living in, cause gas is skyrocketing again.
Answered By: gizmo - 3/5/2007
still much better than the depression Clinton ushered in
Answered By: the bad seed - 3/5/2007
Typical lib with Chicken Little syndrome.
Answered By: sway_26 - 3/5/2007
waiting for the other shoe to drop, just like with Reagan and his voodoo ecomoincs
Answered By: hichefheidi - 3/5/2007
Wait a bit, the worst is yet to come, the fallout from his budget requests, and his tax cuts combined with they extravagant costs of a war without disbursement accountability won't come due till he leaves office. Planned that way of course, but when the bill does come due the next president will be stunned by the tax... More
Answered By: justagrandma - 3/5/2007
Well, the 3 1/2 Trillion he added to the deficit is going to whack someone in the butt! It probably won't be old George! Maybe the Neocons will have another Clinton to blame for Bush's Failures, Just like they tried to blame Bill on all of George's fathers failures!
Answered By: cantcu - 3/5/2007
Yes, the day approaches when the bubble will burst. But, until that time, the looters who worship at the altar of the big pirate in D.C., will adhere to his policies because they are reaping the benefits thereof. S.O.P. - for parasites. We should deport all of them along with the illegals they so love to hire. What are... More
Answered By: Huero - 3/5/2007
Unlike Clinton's economy, a huge part of which was simply smoke and mirrors, Bush's economy is based on real companies making real products and services... More
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