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Posted on 10/23/2012 8:53:26 AM PDT by blam
TODAY'S REAL CRASH: BARACK OBAMA IS CRASHING ON INTRADE
Oct. 23, 2012, 10:11 AM
Along with the market being down... Obama down to 57.(The DJIA is down 257 as I post this article)
(Excerpt) Read more at businessinsider.com ...
And yet another nic for 0.
barack “crash” 0bama
I have looked at the last 50 trade sections several times over the last few days. I am somewhat of a number person and my instincts tell me that the Obama trades seem to have a rhythm to them. I cannot put my finger on it and also don’t have the time, but my gut tells me that there is some sort of deliberate buying/selling going on. However, it could be simple paranoia.
Wow, monday wasn’t great after fridays’ slide. Down most of the day and up at the end to barely finish even. Then the crash this morning.
I sold back on the first as I figured it would get ugly 13000 is the month and a half low, so he’s still got a ways to go, about 150 points.
Who wants to bet on a smug arrogant self-serving jerk?
Folks are starting to see who Obama is... watch this for the fun of it - you’ll see:
This video includes ‘the bow’ - ‘more free after the election’ - Rev Wright - trashing Netanyahu, etc...
But, but, but they all said Obama won the debate last night...
The year Bush the Younger was elected, I ventured one day on my "roots" tour into a small hotel in Kells. The proprietress, an older woman who obviously felt she was one of the most important people in the town, if not the entire Republic of Ireland, took me to task over Bush. She angrily raked me over about how he was like Hitler and would plunge the entire world into war, etc etc blah blah blah.
When she finally let up, I said, "Ma'am, as soon as I return to America, I will go right over to the White House and tell him your opinion." Then I turned and left, savoring the memory of the befuddled expression on her face all the way to Galway. Europeans, and leftists in general, lack any understanding of scale.
Boy,ain't *that* the truth.The greatest gift that the British ever gave *me* is having driven my grandparents and great-grandparents out of Ireland.
Three Money Topics the Romney-Obama Debates Ignored
Published October 23, 2012
| Dow Jones Newswires
The three election debates between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, now in the history books, weren’t without excitement. In fact, if Mr. Romney wins, most pundits will probably credit the televised face-offs with changing the course of the election.
In a campaign season often lacking in specifics, the two candidates have even managed to cover a lot of ground. Autoworkers, Medicare recipients and small-business owner heard their concerns addressed head on (even if they didn’t necessarily like the answers). But there were a number of pocket-book issues to which the candidates never gave much airtime. In the two weeks remaining before the election, here are three Main Street financial topics that investors would still like to see the candidates take on: