Obama did not understand this situation but he made the mistake of going along with "the smartest people in the room" -- that is, people with wonderful economics backgrounds (but frankly the Pareto Principal in the real world is stooopid) who don't know nothing about everyday behavior, or--maybe they were lying.
Krugman and other were absolutely correct -- the stimulus was too darned small, trickle down doesn't work, "Buy America" should be emphasized and tax credits for the richest doesn't work, etc.
One of the big things of Tea Party candidates is to be opposed to the TARP bailout program of Wall St. institutions and of other banks. Muordock is a Tea Party extremist (running for the U.S. Senate in Indiana) and I read that he accepted campaign contributions from banks which have received federal bailout assistance. An Indiana state trooper has asked the U.S.
No "ifs", "ands" or "buts" we have to Control Population so here we go…
Ready for Administrations Grand Wall Street Pardon? Co-conspirator Geithner says crimes did not play a significant role in the financial collapse.
similar sentiments have also been expressed by both Attorney General Eric Holder2 and President Obama.
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Michigan residents won a minor victory when the Michigan Supreme Court ruled in favor of a 2008 Medical Marijuana Law passed by popular vote (passed by 63-percent of the voting public).