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    Concerns over the recognition, administrative, and operational lags as well as the concern that discretionary fiscal policy is subject to political biases have caused some economists to believe Congress and the president should do nothing in the face of a recession. Even if they are correct, is it realistic to expect the public to embrace elected officials who do nothing?

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    The public should not embrace elected officials who do nothing during a recession. This is because they are constantly able to come up with laws when it comes to prescriptions medication, heinous crimes, and misdemeanors, but act as if they have no time at all to deal with the current financial crisis. Everyone within the United States has reason to remained concerned ...

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