According to Steve Verdon, Democrats better update their talking points. The next time they bring up the Bush economy (which soon will be called the Bush boom), Steve Verdon suggests mentioning the Clinton recession.
Also, there is this news:
Revising its year-end economic forecast sharply upward, The Conference Board today projected that real GDP growth will hit 5.7% next year, making 2004 the best year economically in the last 20 years.
The forecast, by Conference Board Chief Economist Gail Fosler, expects worker productivity, which set a 20-year record in the third quarter, to rise at a healthy 3.6% next year. That would follow a gain of 4.3% this year.