||[Sep. 24th, 2002|10:03 pm]
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President Bush, addressing the overall economy, said after a Cabinet meeting Tuesday that he remains upbeat.
"I'm optimistic about America in general. I mean, the American people are resilient. They're strong. We got the best workers in the world. Inflation's down. Interest rates are low," he said. "And so when you combine the productivity of the American people with low interest rates and low inflation, those are the ingredients for growth."
Wow, he seems even more optimistic than Herbert Hoover was before the Great Depression started. I'm sure everything will be just fine fnord.