Exactly. And it really is pathetic how the blame game is going. I trust the party that isn't pointing their fingers and is working to fix things -
too bad that party doesn't exist.
So meanwhile, the news media focuses on who to blame and we get no real discussion of the problem. Which is a bigger problem than the economic
crisis of today: You can't learn a thing watching or listening to the news. If you want the facts, you better go investigate it yourself.
I suspect the market crunch in due to sentiment of the election. There is alot of issue in play, which have people freaked out. Major Historical
events are taking place, so the market fluctuates... nothing new under the sun.
Dude, read my posts again, nowhere did I place sole blame on one party. Both sides are to blame.
My first point was that this was allowed to happen to pave the way for Obama the savior.
My second point was that it started way before 2003, I think it was 1997 to be exact.
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