This year I will be 71 years old, assuming I make it and I have close family now into their eighties. I was born in the first year of WW II and my older relatives born in the 1930s during the Great Depression.
Despite across-the-board high U.S. unemployment and the platitudes of government officials, Congress and the President still hew to policies that allow almost a million new legal immigrant workers to enter the country annually.
I don’t think so. People are already making hay out of this, particularly with the comparison to the comment McCain made in ’08 about how “The fundamentals of the economy are strong”… just as the markets proceeded to fall off a cliff.