Remember the S&L bailout? john mccain hopes You Don’t. pure deja vu. McCain has already been here and done this, back in the roaring eighties, when he was in the thick of another financial.

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Again, something like that happened with Clinton. Clinton and Obama are both policy wonks and people it is clear you could trust an economy to (unlike Bush and McCain, who are all about giveaways to the rich, their own social class). But Clinton and Obama are also hunks, whom men admire for their lithe physicality and over whom women swoon.

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It’s dj vu all over again for the probability of recession in the United States!. Just like the last time we updated our recession probability track chart, the Fed met once again, did nothing, and yet, the probability of a recession in the U.S. getting started at sometime in the next year ticked ever so slightly downward.

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Home Economics Chrysler Repays Government Early; Deja Vu All Over. Deja Vu All Over Again? written by Steve Stanek May 25, 2011.. indeed, Mr. Niedermeyer. First in the 1980s. Now in 2011. Don’t be surprised if Chrysler we see another Chrysler bailout 20-some years from now..

John McCain: Is it Dj vu All Over Again?. "We caught lightning in a bottle," McCain said after it was all over in 2000, "and I don’t know if we’ll be able to create that again."

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It’s 2010 all over again. Political déjà vu, Arizona style. At least it is if you’ve seen. of someone who orchestrated and won just such a campaign: Sen. John McCain. McSally’s latest campaign ad.

Dj vu Politics Is it 1980 all over again? By Richard. G.W. Bush’s approval ratings rest around 30 percent in the wake of the largest bailout since the Great Depression.. Obama versus McCain is not over. Of course, while the atmospheres of 1980 and 2008 might be similar, they’re not.

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