Wow! That’s A High Price!

June 28, 2010 | Filed Under Editorial Cartoons 

Wow! That's A High Price!

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7 Responses to “Wow! That’s A High Price!”

  1. Scott Richardson on June 29th, 2010 7:11 am

    WOW!!! That’s A Great Cartoon!!!

  2. Robert Ariail on June 29th, 2010 9:20 am

    Thanks, Scott- for planting the idea seed for this cartoon.

  3. Kathryn Fenner on June 29th, 2010 9:38 am

    Well, maybe if the Bushies hadn’t trashed everything before they left–with tax cuts, two wars, deregulation, and TARP!

    What are you going to do when the previous owners wreck your house? You gotta fix it back up and maybe a home equity laon is the way to do it.

  4. Kelly on June 29th, 2010 3:53 pm

    Kathryn - YOU GO GIRL!

  5. Scott Richardson on June 30th, 2010 7:36 am

    Lighten up Kathryn… if you do not like tax cuts feel free to pay more taxes. Please explain to all what De-regulation
    has done to ruin the world. The Gulf Disaster is only a disaster because of the enability of both the Private Sector and the Federal Govt. to cap the well.

  6. Kevin on June 30th, 2010 3:30 pm

    How long until it isn’t “Bush’s fault”? How long until the broken record of the Left stops skipping? How many trillions of dollars will Obama have to spend until we start paying off the national debt? What does Bush have to do with giant, costly bills that the Democrat Congress passed and Obama signed?

    Kathryn, Obama’s not taking out a “home equity loan”, he’s maxing out America’s credit card. What happens when America can’t afford to pay it off? What happens if the economy continues to sit in a recession? Ever heard of Japan’s “Lost Decade”?

    If pointing fingers solved problems, Heaven would be overrated.

  7. Tom McCann on July 13th, 2010 8:32 am

    None of you guys get it. The seeds for the current financial and social situation this country finds itself in were planted long ago - around the time of financial deregulation. I’m not saying that deregulation per say is bad but unfettered deregulation, where everyone was encouraged to spend well beyond their means, is what has lead us to this point. Now the question is about how do we deal with it. One option is to spend more and add to our debt the other option is to cut spending and add to our unemployment and degradation of our quality of life and infrastructure. Neither are great options.

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