[Vision2020] Sign in Genesee

Reggie Holmquist reggieholmquist at u.boisestate.edu
Mon Nov 1 16:18:32 PDT 2010

Oh?  Does that mean 2008 was a massive rejection of conservative thinking?

In reality, this is just a reflection of American's anger at the economy.
Historically, Americans always blame the party in power if the economy is
bad, whether it is actually that party's fault or not.

By the way, what *is* the conservative plan to fix the economy?  *Crickets .
. .*


On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 4:11 PM, Rob Waters <robwaters74 at gmail.com> wrote:

> OK...I guess you can argue that, but I'm thinking that the elections
> tomorrow will be a HUGE rejection of thinking like that.
> R
> Actually, the argument was that these programs help to (1) create jobs, and
> (2) prevent job loss.  Under the Republican policy of cutting government and
> doing nothing, the economy would simply crumble during a recession, turning
> it into a depression.
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