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View Diary: Bill Clinton: I Shouldn't Have Listened to Summers and Rubin [Substantive Update] (341 comments)

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  •  As infallible as the Pope, huh? (9+ / 0-)

    Because I don't see any mistakes that have been made to this point.

    Wow.  I doubt if even the Administration would make that claim.  They admit they underestimated the level to which unemployment would rise.  That would imply they proposed too small a stimulus.

    The rest wanted to nationalize banks as the one and only way to avert depression, a proposition that's been proven wrong.

    There's a cute distortion.  Those who wanted to avoid a repeat of Japan's extend and pretend advocated serious action to deal with widespread bank insolvency.  So far, looks like we were right.

    I'm still waiting for you to retract your ridiculous statement that none of FDR's 1933 policies worked.

    That would mean you think Glass-Steagal, the FDIC, the CCC, the TVA, etc., etc. were all failures.

    "Capitalism is irresponsibility organized into a system." -- Emil Brunner

    by goinsouth on Sun Apr 18, 2010 at 03:56:04 PM PDT

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