Former President Bill Clinton presided over one of the most robust economies in modern American history.
And while admittedly so, some of the successes may have been a result of good timing and a bit of luck, certainly his leadership abilities served to create a consensus, in particular, for which he surely had a role.
That role has more than a few people waxing nostalgic over Clintonomics, including President Obama.
To begin with, the current Congress and the president have had no luck in adopting strategies designed to unleash a massive amount of capital that’s accumulated but not being invested.
The partisan bickering has the country in a choke hold. There are some $2.2 trillion in cash and American banks that are not committed to loans.
Moreover, a couple of hundred billion has been held back for bad mortgages, but that still leaves $2 trillion that could be used in …