I don't know. With some help from the R's, maybe the recession could gather more steam.<quoted text> That's your opinion, which is wrong, as usual. Going into the fifth year and job creation is barely keeping up with population growth. The economy is creeping along. High gas prices. High unemployment. Into the fifth year and we suffer the worst recovery since before WWII and you call it good. Good greif!!!
But wouldn't any intelligent, informed, educated person expect the worst recession since WWII to have the worst recovery since WWII. Ad before you run screaming through the streets having your typical " OMG OMG OMG" fit, I am saying that recovery time usually matches the severity of the recession.
The worst recession should have the most difficult recovery.