Yes, Obamanomics. Specifically, the rather controversial (and suggestively named ) "Stimulus Package". So one of Obama's selling points months ago, for pushing this stimulus package through so quickly, was unemployment. Specifically, that unemployment was nearly 8% at the time, and he rather ominously stated that if Congress doesn't approve this stimulus package, that unemployment would rise further, maybe even reaching 9%. As we well know, unemployment is closing in on 10% now - quite a lot more than Obama's "if you don't approve this" selling point prediction. Secondly, Obama said it would be "weeks to months" before the positive effects of this stimulus package could be seen. It has now been "months", yet no tangible improvement can be seen. Obama promised no new taxes - income, capital gains, etc. - NONE at all - for households earning less than $250k per year. I.e. the "Middle Class". That promise has already been broken. Obama promised to allow people to make early withdrawals from 401k plans, free of any penalties. This was conveniently omitted from the approved stimulus bill. As was the tax benefits for seniors and small business owners that he promised. Lets not forget that the US is the most in-debt nation in the world, and Obama's solution to this crisis is to *triple* that debt amount? That alone should beg a huge "WTF?" from anyone with half a brain. Since even before the day Obama took office, economists have been warning that this economic situation could end up being worse than the Great Depression. And yet we have Joe Biden admitting now that this administration has "underestimated" the situation! Um... understatement of the decade perhaps? My question to you, is at what point to we give Obama's plan a great big FAIL? Because that's what it's looking like more and more each day. And all of us are the ones who are quite literally "paying" the consequences.