January 26, 2009

Why the Bush years weren't so bad

This article is from the Atlantic Journal (of all places).

"After adjusting for inflation, the average American earns about $2500 a year more today than on the day of W's second inaugural. That same average American now spends a little less time at the office or on the assembly line, and a little more time on vacation or on the couch. He or she shops online for products that were unimaginable just four years ago."

Someing from a newspaper with Bush's name that is not affixing all blame for all things... priceless.

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