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Tom Daschle

"I think it is fair to say that there is a growing number of economists that question the stimulus," Tom Daschle
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"Unfortunately
the situation in New Orleans is a microcosm of our nation
as a whole. Although our reliance on foreign savings and production
are widely known, and most economists accept the fact that
a real economic disaster would ensue should foreigners discontinue
such subsidies, dump their hoards of U.S. treasuries, and
refuse to exchange real goods for paper dollars. However,
rather than perusing policies to rebalance our economy, we
simply do nothing, and hope that day of reckoning never arrives.
However, just as that strategy backfired in New Orleans, so,
too, will it for America as a whole."
Peter Schiff
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"[Economists had forecast a slightly stronger 0.2 percent rise in the index. Even so, the 0.1 percent gain suggested to many on Wall Street that the nation's economy has more life in it.] I think we're going to see a strong fourth quarter, ... Before Hours ." Alan Ruskin
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"unsustainable situations usually go on longer than most economists think possible. But they always end, and when they do, it's often painful." Paul Krugman
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"I don't know of many serious economists who think that a tax increase, immediately implemented, is a good idea." David Kelly
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"Eddie is exceptionally smart and his papers show it. He's one of the few economists I want to read because (his writing) is so clear. He's very articulate and can speak to different audiences with different levels of economics expertise. He has a unique ability to take really complicated ideas and make them understandable." David Brady
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"What economists see as half full, investors see as half empty." Richard Yamarone
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"All economists are saying it, French economists as well as European. We are at the end of a cycle that has not been very positive," Thierry Breton
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"Buying power, we know, is one key signal of the growth and size of the vital GLBT consumer market. In our report, we cite buying power as another term for 'disposable personal income,' which is the total after-tax income available to an individual to spend on personal consumption, personal interest payments or savings. According to economists, it roughly equals 86% of income." Don Montuori
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"[Consumer prices are likely to catch up eventually, say economists.] I'm not a big inflation hawk, ... but consumers are almost certainly going to be paying more." Dean Baker
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Dennis Miller

"Economists predict that this year's federal surplus will be $120 billion less than predicted in January. The missing $120 billion was reportedly last seen on a date with Congressman Gary Condit." Dennis Miller
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"The annual deficit is going to get some press, given it's a new record. But it's not going to surprise economists and foreign exchange markets who have been following this for a while." Bob Lynch
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"Freddie Mac economists expect mortgage rates will fluctuate for the rest of the year, but shouldn't rise over six percent. And compared to last year's average of 6.5 percent, today's rates are still incredibly affordable." Frank Nothaft
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"The sharp pullback in economic growth during the final three months of 2005 shows the law of gravity has not been repealed. When consumers are burdened with heavy debt loads, rising interest rates, higher energy costs, no personal savings and household income growth that falls below inflation, something had to give. This retrenchment in spending was generally foreseen, though economists weren't sure on the timing and magnitude." Bernard Baumohl
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