Thursday, February 28, 2008
President Fillmore said today that the country is not in a recession, and not heading into one. "We've acted robustly," he said, prominently displaying one of the two words he's added to his vocabulary during his time in office.
"I believe that our economy has got the fundamentals in place for us to ... grow and continue growing, more robustly hopefully than we're growing now," he said. "So we're still for a strong dollar."
Wow. No wonder this guy's approval rating is at 19 percent.
He also chastised Congress for failing to pursue with sufficient robustitude legislation granting immunity to telecom companies who illegally spied on Americans.
More robustness here.