Could it be that we are about to have a "Bush Boom?" GWB inherited a recession and then Sept. 11 made matters worse. But we also got the Bush tax cuts in that first term. Now all the job losses of the recession have been restored and unemployment is way down. According to today's report from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, real gross domestic product grew at 3.8% in the fourth quarter of 2004. That's a revision-- up from the 3.1% estimated last month. So GDP growth is at 4.4% for the year. That's the highest in five years. We haven't seen rates like this since the Reagan boom in the 1980s.
When do you think the old news media will pick up on this story?
Let us not hold our breath . . . .