Tell me what you think on this.
The GDP growth level for the past quarter was 0.2%, the lowest since 1993.
In an online article that I read online, the following was said...
"Private economists and the Bush administration are counting on nearly $40 billion in tax rebate checks and the aggressive credit easing by the Federal Reserve (news - web sites) to lift the economy to higher growth rates in the second half of this year."
Now I'm not looking at this as a Democrat or a Republican. But I took economics last year, and I don't see how the tax cut can affect the economy that quickly. Perhaps I'm wrong, but I think these "private economists" are being a little too optimistic here.