"The market is good when the market is good." Brilliant.<quoted text>
No, the market reacts positively when markets are good--even if not in the US which is our current situation as well since DumBama became President.
The stock market grew during our most terrible times. However, other world markets were picking up our slack--particularly China.
The US stock market is not a domestic market. It is worldwide. As such, multinational companies did very well in spite of our tribulations. This had absolutely nothing to do with DumBama. Like Bin Laden, the right place at the right time. Your generalizations don't work not to mention you have not pointed to one direct action by DumBama that had anything to do with the market.
If the market was where it was in September of 2008, you knuckleheads wouldn't be able to stop blaming Obama for it. Hell, you blame him for gas prices. It is officially the silly season.