That legislative impulse to DO something never helps the economy. The government can't ADD to pile to make the economy grow. Pump priming is largely a myth that rarely works. Keynesian impulses might have work once in world history, and that was in 1933.
The only effective legislative response the government can take is to do nothing, or, even better, lighten the 'pile' by cutting marginal rates and removing onerous regulatory burdens. If your response defaults statist, for your own good, you may want to at least refrain from acting on your instinct, Nancy.
Don't just do something, sit there.
At this point she'd have to roll back a lot of damage she has already done.
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