Is Obama Pursuing a Weak Dollar Policy?

By | November 10, 2009

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4 thoughts on “Is Obama Pursuing a Weak Dollar Policy?

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  4. Kevin Blankinship

    So what is wrong with a falling dollar? Certainly there would be inflation, but this country has been borrowing to buy foreign goods anyway. Inflation would just be a means to get people to cut back on their spending to a level commensurate with their real standard of living.

    From a national security standpoint, the de-industrialization of this country is placing us in a bad position were a large-scale war to break out. It also costs high-paying jobs.

    Finally, those car lines in the picture aren’t from Carter’s era. They are from the Arab Oil Embargo of 1973, when Nixon was president.

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