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Originally posted by grover
Well as Mr.Obama pointed out on 60 Minutes last night during the great depression unemployment was at 25 to 30% of the work force and currently its at about 6 or 7% so... based on that no.... but if things don't turn around soon it could get much worse... maybe not that bad but worse than it is that's for sure.
Originally posted by LowLevelMason
As the data and every single credible economist strongly believes otherwise, I would say we definitely would not agree.
Originally posted by Doomsday 2029
Is anybody hearing retarded comments like these? I'm sure if you live in Detroit you're not, but I'm starting to think that maybe Texans really are stupid.
Originally posted by unityemissions
reply to post by fixer1967
I thought the Great Depression was a decade long? From 1929-1939. I know there were several crashes during the GD. Are you just referring to the most severe one as the GD?
I'm not a history buff, but have seen several stock charts during that time period.
Where do you get days and weeks from?