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August 13, 2004

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Because these are "the good old days", regardless of what you hear from pessimistic Democrats trying to win an election.

That's Kerrynomics, folks. Trash-talk the economy today. Conceal what you're going to do to the economy if you're elected.

Shoot. That's the entire Democrat platform over the last 20 years!

Posted by Nathan at 08:38 AM | Comments (7)

So true, the economy and…and…and…

Feed ‘em what they want to hear with the charisma of Ronald Regan but don’t do anything. Talk feel-good crap, yeah, make me feel warm and fuzzy, mmmm.

No thanks, I’ll take someone who says what they are going to do and then does it.

Posted by: Warren at August 13, 2004 09:58 PM

Me, too.

Posted by: nathan at August 13, 2004 10:45 PM

It was said Friday "Nothing is more pessimistic than saying America can't do better."

This post just triggered that recent memory.

Posted by: Jo at August 16, 2004 09:53 AM

I can think of one thing more pessimistic than that:
Saying "Nothing is ever good enough if a Republican does it." That's essentially what Kerry is saying, isn't it?

Posted by: nathan at August 16, 2004 10:37 AM

I think that's a rather hypersensitive reaction, personally. And I think we'd be doing better had McCain been the Repub candidate, too.

Posted by: Jo at August 16, 2004 12:44 PM

Then why won't Kerry explain exactly how he would have done it better? Why don't Democrats admit that every major indicator is better than under Clinton's best years? Said track record is what they point to as "proving" Democrats can handle the economy better, and in retrospect was clearly nothing more than a bubble built on speculation regarding e-business... Why don't Democrats admit that the economy is doing well even despite the huge negative impact of September 11th? Nope, all we hear about is that Bush is responsible for lost jobs (a questionable proposition at best), and Kerry will make the economy better, I guess through raising taxes and increasing govt spending, which is all but proven to be the worst thing for an economy. But somehow that would be "better". Better for Democrat politicians, I guess, but not for the people.

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