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How long will it take the American economy to recover from the obama years?

Asked By: - 10/4/2011
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UNFAIR question! Go back to 2007 and 2008 to review the multi-level CRISES with which this nation was doing battle (housing and credit markets' COLLAPSE, for example, that NPR's "All Things Considered" tried to warn about in 2004 and again in 2005 due to FAILED GOP POLICIES), and then consider that the FINANCIAL... More
Answered By: Armchair Goddess #1 - 10/4/2011
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It depends, It will recover under a GOP controlled house and senate, it will NEVER if one of them is under democrats.
Answered By: Cricket - 10/4/2011
 
Don't you mean Bush Years?Anyways to answer your question it's going to take some time to fix the economy.
Answered By: ......... - 10/4/2011
 
Well, if he gets reelected, never.
Answered By: Johnny Sokko - 10/4/2011
 
We are trying to recover from the Bush years. The Republicans seem to want to take us back to that disaster with the same policies and the same rhetoric. The country can't withstand another Republican administration.
Answered By: tribeca_belle - 10/4/2011
 
Don't you mean the Bush years? Obama just got thrown in the hole ol' George made.
Answered By: MOAR - 10/4/2011
 
I'd say we're still recovering from the Bush years. The Obama recovery doesn't start for a few years.
Answered By: Hob - 10/4/2011
 
The crash of 2008 was deep and global. Could take several more years to get out. Has nothing to do with which party is in control. Remember the crash happened under Bush.
Answered By: Wolf Myth - 10/4/2011
 
You mean how long will it take to recover from the Reagan to Bush II years?
Answered By: M O - 10/4/2011
 
I'm just guessing but since it started under Bush and the Republicans just can't seem to digest that, I think we have a lot of sheeple asking these questions and I don't think they are libs. I figure it will take about as long as it did to get out from under the one that started when Reagan was in office. You all... More
Answered By: mom - 10/4/2011
 
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