No crash… no problem?

A car heading towards the cliff at 100 mph should give me a good indication of what is about to happen. I don’t need to see the smashed up car full of dead people at the bottom of the cliff to know that the car was moving in the wrong direction. Those who say we should wait and see how the massive spending by Obama and his congress turns out before we judge these actions are simply buying into the “hope” nonesense. If more spending improves things then why limit more spending to bad times? Can’t things always be better, no matter how good they are? Why not just continually increase spending as much as possible?

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