Thursday, February 24, 2011

I'll take that analysis with a bowl of salt, please

See, there's this huge mega-corp that got even bigger by the favors that they received from the 'Most open and ethical administration 2.0". Then used to stabilize diverse mulitinational outreaches.

They looked at the House budget numbers and do not approve.
Because if they and their Wall Street coonyaws aren't getting intravenous injections of .GOV money by the tankload- then it's bad for the economy.

"Under the House passed spending bill, the drag on GDP growth from federal fiscal policy would increase by 1.5pp (percentage points) to 2pp in Q2 and Q3 compared with current law," according to Alec Phillips, who signed the analysis that is dated Tuesday.

Democrats, who want to maintain spending this year at around current levels, seized on the Goldman Sachs analysis.

Do you Democrats realize that if you would have passed this years budget when it was do-SIX FARGING MONTHS AGO- you could have had whatever you wanted in it.

So, like our ever increasing population from the south says- lo F*cking siento buddy.
Live with it.

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