Rick Perry admits that deregulation of the financial services industry, and insufficient economic stimulus in the wake of economic collapse, were mistakes. Cool!
Republicans jumped on Clinton’s decision [in her speech today] to cite her ties to Obama and were trying to raise money off the speech almost as soon as it ended. In an email appeal asking for donations, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry wrote, “We want to look toward a brighter future, not backward at the failed policies of the Obama-Clinton years.”
— In 2016 kickoff, Clinton embraces potential to make history, Lisa Lerer, Associated Press, today
Yup. We must demand a return to the failed policies of George W. Bush and Ronald Reagan. Y’know, if we want a brighter future.
There is no such thing as “inefficient stimulus” because stimulus doesn’t solve structural issues.
The way government spends money must change as much as capital’s way of distributing profits must change(and already is).
“There is no such thing as “inefficient stimulus” . . . ”
Good to know. However, nothing in this post talks about “inefficient stimulus.” The headline refers to “insufficient stimulus.”