Actually policy comparison requires evaluation of alternate scenarios.
I would not expect you to know this since you have demonstrated primarily type one thinking.
Under the influence of type one thinking you see things as good or bad depending on whatever threshold
happens to be be in your concept of normal.
Any serious criticism of a policy requires several plausible superior paths.
Get back to us when you can demonstrate a plausble alternate path for the economy that results in a better situation. Of course 'better' has to be defined. Most reasonable people define a policy as 'better' if it raises the expected standard of living of the population. So with this metric please do reply with your proposed policy and analysis of why your chosen metric is better that under current policy.