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Commonsense Approach To The EconomyViews: 208
Feb 03, 2009 4:44 am re: re: re: Commonsense Approach To The Economy
abbeboulah Approach or Retreat?
Interim summary, after re-reading the posts so far:

The original Forbes article -- (was its headline 'common sense approach..." or was that Michael Lemm's heading?) offered a number of serious questions about the stimulus package and what it tries or should try to achieve. Questions. No answers. Others, including myself, added more questions. This all sounds more like a commonsense 'retreat' from the stimulus package than a constructive 'approach' to improving the economy, does it not?

There were few if any suggestions for what else might be done -- from Reg, citing some things Canada has tried. These were rather small scale solutions; perhaps they should be discussed in more detail, if we really don't have anything better to suggest. Or dig up from elsewhere. Which is a somewhat sobering status report -- and even more disappointing if it were to be the end of the discussion here. Approach? One conclusion to that would be: if there isn't anything better we can think of, maybe we should stop griping, get with the program and try to make the best of it?

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