I see how you draw you conclusions based upon what has happened in the past however there are different market forces in place. We have seen a massive export of good paying jobs overseas. The effect being the demand rebound, making up to 70% of our economy, will not be back anytime soon. The last recovery was a "home equity" recovery and now that has been taken away unless interest rates remain low. Japan went trough the same with exporting their jobs overseas back in the 90s.
Interest rates will go up and down based up market forces but the slow velocity of money will allow the Fed to print, and print they will.