A lot of other sales too. Folks who've just found out that that'll be paying $700/month for health insurance instead of the $350 a month they previously paid are far less likely to be shopping for a new set of wheels, taking expensive vacations, dining out three times a week, etc. Expect inventories at car dealerships to grow, occupancy rates at hotels to dip and restaurant sales as well and so on. All completely unexpected, of course. We'll be back in full-fledged recession by January or February 2014 (if indeed we ever left the last one). The only silver lining in this dark cloud: It may be enough to cause the scales to drop from the eyes of the LIV's who voted for the Moron-in-Chief and his Dem henchmen. Next November will be very ugly for the Dems.
Next November will be very ugly for the Dems.
I agree if the Republicans don’t screw it up.
BTW, this Obamacare disaster might kill Immigration Reform.
I have most definitely cut back. I just found out I’m going to have to pay 957$ per month under ObamaCare.
I was planning a new car purchase this month, a fully loaded kia soul. Now thats out of the question.
“The only silver lining in this dark cloud: It may be enough to cause the scales to drop from the eyes of the LIV’s who voted for the Moron-in-Chief and his Dem henchmen. Next November will be very ugly for the Dems.”
We can only hope...
“(if indeed we ever left the last one).”
We never really did, real life is often very different from official reports. It doesn’t even have to be intentional, I have seen managers reading internal reports in businesses and making decisions based on the “information” contained when in reality they knew less after reading the report than they did before reading it. I doubt that I have ever seen a report that contained as much reliable information as people imagined it contained.