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Mark Steyn reports that the United States, Great Britain and Italy are the only three of the "big economy" nations that are still in recession, with negative economic growth.

The U.S. economy contracted by ONE PERCENT in the second quarter of this year. That's as much CONTRACTION on an annual basis as we had EXPANSION in the WORST year in the Clinton and Bush43 years combined! France and Germany - usually the "big economy "leaders in sorry performance, both GREW by 0.3%.

So, what do the Britain, Italy and the U.S. have in common? Each of them passed big "stimulus" bills in a panicky response to a mild world-wide recession. The U.S. passed by far the biggest; our economy shrunk by far the MOST.

Coincidence? I think not. It is becoming apparent that turning over the governance (not to mention the economy) of this country to a bunch of socialist FREAKS has been the biggest "stuck on stupid" act of the electorate of these United States. The Dems are being told privately by their pollsters that they can look forward to losing AT LEAST twenty seats in the House next year, and probably four to five in the Senate. But some are predicting as much as a FIFTY seat loss in the House and TEN in the Senate.

People are waking up to the massive doofus that we have running things, and his wings are about to be clipped.
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