White House goes silent on Dow record high — not always so quiet on stock market | WashingtonExaminer.com: "White House Press Secretary Jay Carney declined to weigh in on the Dow hitting an all-time high on Tuesday (March 5), a development clashing with President Obama’s assertion that across-the-board spending cuts would imperil the economy.
“I don’t comment on markets,” Carney insisted . . . Just two months ago, however, Carney cited the stock market as proof that Republicans were harming the economy."
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