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why is everyone so anxious for the recession to end?

Seriously it is actually refreshing to have a recession. First of all we are getting great deals on many things. Houses are much cheaper than they used to be. Prices are going down instead of up. Personally I am sick of hearing everyone whining about the recession. In fact I think we need a couple more of these to correct the rapings that have been committed against us. Also I urge every person to keep saving money and not spend. We do not want to end the recession just yet. Let us continue to get good deals and cheap houses!

Asked By: Hobbes - 9/2/2009
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it's refreshing... More
Answered By: overnightdeejay - 9/2/2009
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Keep telling that to the people who are unemployed because of the recession, the cutbacks in social services and other governmental services because revenues are down at the same time demand for the services are up... More
Answered By: Steve D - 9/2/2009
 
I agree to a certain extent of what you are saying, but with everything there has to be a bottom to things and I think things need to start leveling out where people can get employment so they can start going back to the basics of life, but yes this has been coming for awhile, we got to greedy and always wanting more... More
Answered By: kelly - 9/2/2009
 
ok. think about everyone else. About 1 MILLION jobs have been cut. Thats 1 million people who cant get in on those great shopping deals. And housing? The prices have dropped becuz of foreclosures. BTW, crime goes WAY up. Why are you so selfish? think of other people!!!
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Answered By: xXSc3n1cXx - 9/2/2009
 
Hello, are you serious. The unemployment rate is going up DAILY, people are losing their jobs, losing their houses. The American Dollar is becoming less valuable...Are you heartless to the people who can not feed or shelter their families? This is horrible for the country and all the people in it.
Answered By: serendipity_siren - 9/2/2009
 
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