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Old 24-10-08, 09:07 AM   #1
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Roll eyes 1 ROVE: OBAMA is cause of economic crisis

Could only come from FOX

Today on Fox News, host Neil Cavuto asked Karl Rove to explain today’s “very volatile markets.” Rove responded by claiming that it was a result of people’s uncertainty over an Obama presidency:

ROVE: But we have to be a little bit careful here, because markets try and predict the future. And what they may be doing here, this volatility may be people’s concerns about what would happen if Barack Obama, who has a lead in the polls and has been deemed by the media to be the likely next president of the United States, what would happen to their economy and their portfolios if he were to become president? more..
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Old 24-10-08, 11:16 AM   #2
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I hear his Secret Service codename was Fartbiscuit


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Old 24-10-08, 12:07 PM   #3
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Old 24-10-08, 05:48 PM   #4
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Karl Rove...you mean the architect of the "permanent Republican majority"? how's that working out for you, Karl?
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Old 24-10-08, 06:11 PM   #5
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It is 'kinda' a good point.

Business is freaked about Obamawama. That is a fact. I have cashed out as I figure he will tax the shit out of most.

Haven't any of you dillweeds read the polls? The wamma boi is sure to win and the smart money is getting out.

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Old 25-10-08, 03:34 AM   #6
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and the smart money is getting out.

cheers
Economics is not your strong point Nic.
If "the smart money is getting out"
Why is the dollar going up?I know the answer Nic ,but do you?
Stick to the wood and smiles.
You know it makes sense.
It's been a bit of a nuisance the way the dollars been behaving.Wife has been in New York all week with the daughter and is pissed off with the exchange rate.
It's gone from $2-£1 a couple of months ago too $1.59-£1
this week.Not all the Dollars fault of course the pound is having a bad time as well.


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Old 25-10-08, 03:41 AM   #7
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Business is freaked about Obamawama. That is a fact.
Wrong again, has it become a hobby??

Obama has the support of more business and economic leaders, including Wall Street traders and managers. Look it up, if you can be bothered to actually be informed.

It's up to you..


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Old 25-10-08, 05:06 AM   #8
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It is 'kinda' a good point.

Business is freaked about Obamawama. That is a fact. I have cashed out as I figure he will tax the shit out of most.

Haven't any of you dillweeds read the polls? The wamma boi is sure to win and the smart money is getting out.

cheers

I don't like tax increasers, but the market is wobbly because every so often, Republicans decide to replenish the coffers with trillions of $$$ and let the pain trickle down to the little guy. Junk bonds, junk mortgages, maybe junk derivatives in the future, oil price and currency manipulations have nothing whatsoever to do with Obama.
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Old 25-10-08, 02:35 PM   #9
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it was a bipartisan effort

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Old 25-10-08, 06:37 PM   #10
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[quote=malvachat;263532]Economics is not your strong point Nic.

Heshe...

Some how it must be as I have gotten totally out of stocks 6 months ago and real estate investment 4 years ago.

I haven't had a boss since I was 23 (other than my better 1/2).

Why anybody with big stock exposure would keep them when the new to be elected pres. promises to crank up the capital gains tax is beyond me.

It does not take TOO much to figure out that.

Now, tell me why I'm wrong and PLS. don't bother to copy and paste more of the usual blogasphere shit.

BTW I more or less retired when I was less than 40 with NO govm'nt help.
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I almost forgot malva...

Cheers! and I hope your wife enjoys NY.

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Old 26-10-08, 01:11 AM   #12
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Not everybody is doing badly from this economic downturn.



Financial workers at Wall Street's top banks are to receive pay deals worth more than $70bn (£40bn), a substantial proportion of which is expected to be paid in discretionary bonuses, for their work so far this year - despite plunging the global financial system into its worst crisis since the 1929 stock market crash, the Guardian has learned.

Staff at six banks including Goldman Sachs and Citigroup are in line to pick up the payouts despite being the beneficiaries of a $700bn bail-out from the US government that has already prompted criticism. The government's cash has been poured in on the condition that excessive executive pay would be curbed.
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Old 26-10-08, 04:46 AM   #13
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I almost forgot malva...

Cheers! and I hope your wife enjoys NY.

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Old 26-10-08, 05:48 PM   #14
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Next time try the Left Coast...

I'd love to buy U and your's dinner.

It preety much is crap north/east from LA and San Jose north or east.

We are an hour west of Santa Barbara (thank god).
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Old 27-10-08, 03:32 AM   #15
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Next time try the Left Coast...

I'd love to buy U and your's dinner.

It preety much is crap north/east from LA and San Jose north or east.

We are an hour west of Santa Barbara (thank god).
What a lovely offer Nic,thank you.
I've always fancied a trip up the west coast.
It might happen one day.Maybe after I retire.
Hopefully in a couple of years time.
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Well, I have to admit, I was thinking Stromberg.

So I looked up how one could be an hour West of a coastal California town and it appears that Santa Barbara is a tad..erm, sideways of the rest of the state. Figures you'd live in the one part of the state which isn't as left as it otherwise could be


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I figured that would suck U in, (being west of LA and Santa Barbara).

The same offer is up for you too Diego (with a -), only you will need to spring for the dinner. Some of the Mexican markets take food stamps so U should be golden. Be sure to bring all the kids.
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I figured that would suck U in, (being west of LA and Santa Barbara).

The same offer is up for you too Diego (with a -), only you will need to spring for the dinner. Some of the Mexican markets take food stamps so U should be golden. Be sure to bring all the kids.
Oh Nic,you are a cad sometimes.


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Yes, at times I am a bit of a prick

However, if U have noticed, I have never ever mentioned size......
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Yes, at times I am a bit of a prick

However, if U have noticed, I have never ever mentioned size......
That's the gentleman in you.
Not wanting the frighten the ladies.

On topic if "OBAMA is cause of economic crisis"
Why are people being laid off here in the UK?


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