Skip to comments.The Obama economy is trouble for Hillary Clinton(Flashback!!)
Posted on 09/10/2018 11:55:41 AM PDT by Kid Shelleen
A slew of bad economic headlines last week made it official: The Obama economy has failed. As noted in the Wall Street Journal, Even seven years after the recession ended . . . in terms of average annual growth, the pace of this expansion has been by far the weakest of any since 1949. --SNIP-- Some voters will care about plans, policies, experience and character, and among those voters, Trump will likely get blown away. But if the state of the economy controls the outcome of the election, Clinton could have a big problem on her hands.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonpost.com ...
....but but but,Odungo claims credit for the economy today....he said so..mmm...mmm...mmmm
Even seven years after the recession ended . . . in terms of average annual growth, the pace of this expansion has been by far the weakest of any since 1949.
And we survived it, in spite of the FACT that Obungo did NOTHING positive for the economy, and also in FACT did what he could to stifle the economy and crow about how a downside economy was the “new norm” for America. Total POS.
Thanks Kid Shelleen.
Great find, and good example of why I love this place
And the proof was there. Even though he started from a low spot coming off a recession, he never managed over 3% in a given year. His economy was so anemic that the Federal Reserve wouldn't dare raise interest rates from basically zero.
Obama himself said we had to resign ourselves to lower economic expectations. Those manufacturing jobs were never coming back. His predictions were wrong. His policies were anything but growth oriented - but now he wants credit? That cannot be reconciled with the facts.
He did everything possible to damage the US....
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