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samsung101
Nov 14th, 2006, 09:58 PM
Yes, his economy quietly and w/o much media hype continues
to perk along very well.

No inflation, in fact, historic drop.
Unemployment remains amazingly low.
Interest rates still low.
Feds, no hikes at all in sight.
It is a strong economy.
That will continue to be on that path for a while
thanks to Bush policy, not in spite of it.

Unless the Democrats start to dismantle what is
working at home.


Fact is Wall Street is hoping for Gridlock. Lots of it.
A veto or two as well. Or more like a lot of those from
Dubya.

George....love you...but, hey, as Cher said 'snap out of it'.
Your party lost, you didn't say Macaca, Allen did, and look
what happened - 1 seat. Down. Oh well, get over it, and
wake up and get back to work......Karl, go help another
candidate now. Please.

wta_zuperfann
Nov 14th, 2006, 10:09 PM
naturally, samsung has ignored previous posts which show that poverty has increased under Bush, that the middle class has declined, and that the avergae income has not increased:

http://www.zmag.org/content/showarticle.cfm?ItemID=8767


oh well ...

samsung101
Nov 14th, 2006, 10:09 PM
Based on that information, and the corporate news presented
to Wall Street, from the previous months and quarter...another
record day on Wall Street.



Bush policies worked.

Wall Street goes up, retirement investments go up,
individual investments go up, interest rates stay stable
allowing more people to buy a home, a car, etc. It's
a buyers market still.

wta_zuperfann
Nov 14th, 2006, 10:50 PM
... and the middle class gets squeezed even more ...

Qrystyna
Nov 14th, 2006, 11:27 PM
See, this is why robots could never replace humans, they cannot think for themselves. ;)

RVD
Nov 14th, 2006, 11:32 PM
Yes, his economy quietly and w/o much media hype continues
to perk along very well.

No inflation, in fact, historic drop.
Unemployment remains amazingly low.
Interest rates still low.
Feds, no hikes at all in sight.
It is a strong economy.
That will continue to be on that path for a while
thanks to Bush policy, not in spite of it.

Unless the Democrats start to dismantle what is
working at home.


Fact is Wall Street is hoping for Gridlock. Lots of it.
A veto or two as well. Or more like a lot of those from
Dubya.

George....love you...but, hey, as Cher said 'snap out of it'.
Your party lost, you didn't say Macaca, Allen did, and look
what happened - 1 seat. Down. Oh well, get over it, and
wake up and get back to work......Karl, go help another
candidate now. Please.http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/news_images/5296_14039_1.jpg