Month: June 2018

Checks & Balances

1992: It’s the Economy, Stupid 2003: More Housing, Stupid By Timothy L. Coyle CBIA Senior Vice President/Governmental Affairs “It’s the economy, stupid!” Popularized by the Bill Clinton’s presidential campaign team in 1992, this term conveyed to the electorate at the time two key political messages: 1) that (in those recessionary times) people were hurting; and …

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