Steel City Cowboy

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

More Problems

From the AP:
Seven in 10, or 72 percent, voice confidence the president-elect will make the changes needed to revive the stalling economy, according to an Associated Press-GfK poll released Tuesday.

The problem? That remaining 28 percent. Also, the AP for reporting these kinds of really depressing statistics. What if people see that faithless 28 percent and start thinking that it's okay not to believe? Isn't there a better way that the AP could have worded their questions or weighted their samples so that it didn't look like only 72 percent of Americans are on board?

No wonder those bastards at the AP losing subscribers like crazy.

That 28 percent will come around. They have to. Once everything's fixed up, how long will they be able to persist in their delusions? I figure that a normal economic recovery without government intervention would stretch out for about four or five years. Worst case scenario, with Mr. Obama running the show, along with his Harvard degree (waaaay better than Penn) and excellent advisors, he'll have us fixed up again in what? A year? Is that crazy? I don't think so.


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