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Code_Name_D Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-11-03 05:24 PM
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4. Oh please.
The term is self contradictory. How in the world can it be an acurate? It may be googel, but that don't mean its genwen economics. What we have, is an administration that is so desporate to paint this economey as a growth economey, that they will use any thing to justify the claim.

Before it was a jobless recovery, now its a "growth resesion?" Two weeks from now, they will invent another new term out of the blue, and claim it as a valid defonition.

And here is a clue. If your growth isn't larger than inflation, than it ain't growth, its contraction. Our "growth resesion" is just another example of when growth isn't growth at all.

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