The only POV that Kudlow has had has been the Republican POV. His resume is straight GOP. That's OK, it's his thing.
As for always being negative, not true. I have never been negative on the GLOBAL Economic condition, the GLOBAL markets or even some of the sectors of the US economy [international sectors like tech]. What I have been banging the drum on has been the various credit issues and their impact on the US Economy. That has been consistent and without error. I have also differentiated between the US and Global economies which you seem to take as "us against them".
And FYI, this economic meltdown is NOT "... the normal cycle of fiscal and monetary events." This is levels beyond that, brought about by poor administrative guidance from Treasury and Commerce, lack of regulation and a Financial Sector that was given the keys to the Ferrari by the "free market" kiddies who failed to understand the ramifications of such actions. We now have a multi Trillion dollar worldwide bailout and taxpayers footing the bill for excess of greed, avarice, hubris and arrogance.
You kept insinuating that they exist. I assume you would want to prove your point.
Kudlow is a respected Republican and economic expert. But I don't see what that has to do w/ his often taking a positive view, even of negative developments.
I'll admit that you are not ALWAYS negative, just the v-a-s-t majority of the time. You and Roubini remind me of Fred Sanford (Sanford and Son): "This is it! It's the BIG ONE! I know it's the BIG ONE this time!!
" You both constantly use terms like "meltdown," "disaster," "time bomb," "housing doom," "mother of all meltdowns," and on and on and on. His predictions, as yours, are frequently "dismissed as the ravings of a conspiracy nut!"
And FWIW: I never said I was going to post all those examples of your past mistakes. I don't think I have to since most others on this board can read as well as I. And can see the fallacy of your rantings for themselves. Besides, as you are well aware, I don't do homework!