You Might Call It The Bush Whacked EconomyPaul Craig Roberts
After 30 months in office, President George Bush holds the record for the slowest pace of economic growth since Franklin D. Roosevelt more than a half century ago. The Bush-whacked economy has been crawling at a real growth rate of 0.1% annually-and that's before the double-dip recession that looks more likely than a strong recovery.
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