Question by pamcarter: Will Pres. Obama go down in history as the Foreclosure president who exacerbated the economic collapse? Best answer: Answer by Trollface? Bush was in office when that happened. Short-term memory, you have. Give your answer to this question below!
Question by Jack McSmack: In these terrible economic conditions, could the whole USA get a foreclosure notice? What if we had to move out in 30 days? Best answer: Answer by icanyesIn a way. If China doesn’t keep buying our debt we are up the river without a paddle. What do you think? Answer below!
Question by tough life: How does Greece debt obstruct economic recovery worldwide? The media does poor job in explaining how Greek debt has big potential to damage US economy. If Greece is bankrupt and does not pay its bills, then how is that related to economic progress of the world? Its not clear. In the [...]
by LSE Library Question by Oppenheimer: With our existing debt load, what is going to happen if we have another economic disaster? I really do think the amount of money our government is spending will get us out of the current mess. If the underlying problems remain, which they likely will, we will not be [...]
Question by Thundercat: Tyrannosaurus Debt. How many people realize the money for the economic stimulus does not exist? There is no real money to fund this. It will have to be borrowed. More debt. How can more debt fix debt? Best answer: Answer by CroakerWell if you follow reaganomics some debt is good…not sure he [...]
Question by Evil Independent: What line of economic thought is followed when borrowing is the solution for reducing debt? That is an economic theory I somehow missed in four years of college. Lord Percy – You need to brush up on Keynes. haveyouseenmyliver – like your nickname and avatr, I chuckle every time I see [...]
Freedom Debt Relief Quarterly Comment: U.S. Economic Recovery Continues SAN MATEO, Calif., April 15, 2011 The picture of the ongoing financial recovery in the United States, as painted by economic data, continues to brighten, according to the Freedom Debt Relief Quarterly Comment on consumer debt and credit issues.The data for March, as just issued from [...]