[QUOTE]MYTH #1: THE STIMULUS FAILED
For the first four years of his presidency, Franklin Roosevelt tackled the Great Depression with inflation, easy monetary policy, and government spending. But in 1937, FDR's advisers persuaded him to reverse gears. After all, interest rates had been close to zero for years, commodity prices were climbing, and fear of inflation was on the rise.
Bust or Boost? [/QUOTE]
Lucky for us we had the war to get us out of the depression.
I just filled up my oil burner today. 4.00 per gallon 997.00. It cost 334.00 2 years ago. Inflation is so cool people in the Northeast are going to choose between food and heat.