Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Pre-Election Headlines of September of 2008, Where are they Today?

A liberal site just offered these headlines to serve as a reminder of how bad things were at the end of 2008, we had hit a recession which started in December of 2007 and ended in June of 2009, five months after Obama had taken office, but Obama proceeded to loot the treasury, impose massive debt on future generations, and limit their own economic options and choices for their own governing eras when they come to power.

After 4 years of Obama's spending, hostility to business and energy production, and attacks on the private sector, we not only ask, where are the negative headlines today as he has driven us into the worst economic situation since the Great Depression, but how do we claw our way back to the Bush years?

Depression Coming? Boil Some Beans; Ladies Who Quilt Give Tips On Surviving Tough Times Albuquerque Journal, September 21, 2008

One day on the brink On Wednesday, it seemed U.S. economy might collapse St. Louis Post-Dispatch, September 21, 2008

‘Great Depression’ closer than U.S. admits, report finds Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, September 27, 2008

Will Bush become the new Hoover?
Politico, September 19, 2008

Developers bend under housing meltdown Colorado Springs Gazette, September 27, 2008]

Depression seen possible Florida News-Press, September 27, 2008

Wall Street Meltdown Continues CNN, September 17, 2008

Is It Really the Next ‘Great Depression’? NPR, September 19, 2008

Behind Closed Doors, Warnings of Calamity The New York Times, September 20, 2008

STOCK SHOCK FELT ROUND THE WORLD. Gets ‘nasty’ as Lehman tanks, Merrill vanishes, AIG wobbles New York Daily News, September 16, 2008

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