How can the government resolve or mollify the economic crisis?

It's conspicuous that there is a nuance of extol and disappointment. So, what would be a tactical way to lead the United States out of the economic catastrophe since Obama's methods are being castigated and reprimanded? It's obvious that enormous spending is not a shrewd method to utilize. What other ways can the government assuage the economic nuisance? I guess some people are quite illiterate or allows indolence to control their life. There was one good answer. I appreciate your shrewdness.

Asked By: SiLeNce the AffLictioN - 7/8/2009
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Answered By: Cheelicious is a Snitch - 7/8/2009
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Stop trying to solve it. We would have been better off without the "stimulus" package.
Answered By: smsmith500 - 7/8/2009
STOP SPENDING MONEY! For Christ's sake! When your family is in financial trouble, what do you do? You cut your budget, increase your income and climb your way out. Doesn't everyone know at least that much?
Answered By: Liberal Asskicker - 7/8/2009
By spending less on programs that dont work(cutting them), cutting some regulation, instituting protectionist policies, and establishing a flat tax to balance taxation for all individuals and corporations alike.
Answered By: Joserrr - 7/8/2009
Suspend business and income taxes for 5 years and then decide which taxes to get rid of for good during that time.
Answered By: matthew - 7/8/2009
they can start by stop spending money we dont have, and then kicking obama out of office
Answered By: vincesanity - 7/8/2009
The government is going to lube up them snide republicans to create more intelligent divinity.
Answered By: Bill - 7/8/2009
Less taxes and less spending.
Answered By: fascistbaraq - 7/8/2009
they could stop paying people for their vote with increased welfare and thinly veiled welfare to the UAW
Answered By: DmurderBYzeN - 7/8/2009
let Obama and the Democrats run their path of least resistance... More
Answered By: Guru - 7/8/2009
The general opposing viewpoint is that America's economy will recover after many of its largest businesses fail and that the budget will be balanced by cutting taxes. I haven't worked out the logic quite year, but I'll get back to you when I do.
Answered By: Aestro - 7/8/2009
Historically we have had somewhere around 8 recessions in the last 35 years. Economically a recession most of the time like having a Common Cold, it puts a damper on things but it will pass with time. Roosevelt passed a large stimulus to get us out a Economic Depression many years ago which worked with help from... More
Answered By: USAaOK - 7/8/2009
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