Truth be Told

Fredonia, NY

#21 Mar 6, 2013
Clyde10 wrote:
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And I was simply making the point that the " market" obviously doesn't buy into all the "Obama is a socialist" and his policies "will ruin the economy " BS people keep spewing on here.
what about this
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/03/06/le...
Clyde10

Cranberry Twp, PA

#22 Mar 6, 2013
Truth be Told wrote:
What's that post have to do with the stock market?
Truth be Told

Fredonia, NY

#23 Mar 6, 2013
Clyde10 wrote:
<quoted text>
What's that post have to do with the stock market?
Probably about the same as your post about the stock market effect in Dunkirk unless it's true. Keep in mind why and how ole Hugo got where he did!
Clyde10

Cranberry Twp, PA

#24 Mar 6, 2013
Truth be Told wrote:
<quoted text>Probably about the same as your post about the stock market effect in Dunkirk unless it's true. Keep in mind why and how ole Hugo got where he did!
Okay, let me explain what this thread is about. And, please, try to keep up. The "income down" title of the thread is in reference to an article, linked in the first post, from the L.A. Daily News blaming Obama's economic policies for a reported drop in personal income. The article made no reference to, and had absolutely nothing to do with, Dunkirk, NY. My post regarding the stock market relates to the topic of this thread and that article.

God only knows what they hell your posts are in reference to.
really

Fredonia, NY

#25 Mar 6, 2013
his posts are all about being an ATTENTION W HORE...if it's not about him then he makes it about him!
BSRUS

Buffalo, NY

#26 Mar 6, 2013
Income has been dropping for most of the middle class for 20 years!!! How is that Obama's fault?
Truth be Told

Fredonia, NY

#27 Mar 6, 2013
Clyde10 wrote:
<quoted text>
Okay, let me explain what this thread is about. And, please, try to keep up. The "income down" title of the thread is in reference to an article, linked in the first post, from the L.A. Daily News blaming Obama's economic policies for a reported drop in personal income. The article made no reference to, and had absolutely nothing to do with, Dunkirk, NY. My post regarding the stock market relates to the topic of this thread and that article.
God only knows what they hell your posts are in reference to.
The stock market has what to do about personal income here in little ole Dunkirk? My post shows the level the President will stoop to in order to cast blame on other them himself for the state of our economy. The leaked email shows he could care less about people like us here in Dunkirk. Maybe you should go back to school and learn how to read. Maybe your ability to buy groceries is better than here? The stock market doesnt by our groceries here,jobs do.
Mike

Fredonia, NY

#28 Mar 6, 2013
BSRUS wrote:
Income has been dropping for most of the middle class for 20 years!!! How is that Obama's fault?
While corporation profits are at an all time highs
Big Bertha

Dunkirk, NY

#29 Mar 6, 2013
Mike wrote:
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While corporation profits are at an all time highs
exactly and that's why the stock market is doing so well. I think we've come full circle here.
Eddy

Fredonia, NY

#30 Mar 6, 2013
As long as the labor market stays flat wages will as well. Companies will not hire as long as uncertainty remains relative to taxes and fiscal policy. Remember the unemployment rate is still close to 8%.

Since: Feb 13

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#31 Mar 6, 2013
The most business repressive administration since the Carter years is currently in power and who is to blame for that?
BOB 10

Dunkirk, NY

#32 Mar 6, 2013
VIPER 10 wrote:
The most business repressive administration since the Carter years is currently in power and who is to blame for that?
Stashu Gusinski?

Since: Jan 13

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#33 Mar 6, 2013
BOB 10 wrote:
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Stashu Gusinski?
lol

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#34 Mar 6, 2013
BOB 10 wrote:
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Stashu Gusinski?
Sorry Bob but I'm not into that child like behavior of name calling.
Clyde10

Cranberry Twp, PA

#35 Mar 6, 2013
VIPER 10 wrote:
The most business repressive administration since the Carter years is currently in power and who is to blame for that?
Once slight problem with your charge: The stock market just hit an all time high and is up 7,000 points since the "most business repressive administration since the Carter years" took office. Or, maybe all those Ivy League educated Wall Street financial wizards just aren't as astute as you are?
Lol 10

Dunkirk, NY

#36 Mar 7, 2013
This should be interesting...

VIPER 10 vs. BOB 10

Lol

Since: Feb 13

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#37 Mar 7, 2013
Clyde10 wrote:
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Once slight problem with your charge: The stock market just hit an all time high and is up 7,000 points since the "most business repressive administration since the Carter years" took office. Or, maybe all those Ivy League educated Wall Street financial wizards just aren't as astute as you are?
I will not use condescending innuendos so please refrain from using any more as well. To use your own words Clyde,"this is about personal income". As a small business owner I am faced by many uncertainties,the biggest being the AHCA.(My company is not a PTE I might add) You see I provide health care for my 37 employees and we still are not seeing a clear picture of how this complex act will effect us.(myself and others in the business community) I would sincerely like to give raises to my employees and still maintain the level of health care I now provide for them and their families. I'm not sure I'll be able to do so and remain competitive if costs are going to increase,meaning taxes and some of the provisions of the AHCA.
I would think that whomever you work for would express the same concerns although I must admit I have no idea what your individual employment status is. I hope you now know from where I was coming from regarding my statement. Many of my associates in the business community both active and retired echo those sentiments. As you may or may not know,many provisions of the AHCA are not yet written in stone. We have yet to see the impact of the "as the Secretary shall determine" provisions. Enjoy your day.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#38 Mar 7, 2013
Lol 10 wrote:
This should be interesting...
VIPER 10 vs. BOB 10
Lol
There will be no "vs" on my part so find something else to wish for.
Clyde10

Cleveland, OH

#39 Mar 7, 2013
VIPER 10 wrote:
<quoted text>I will not use condescending innuendos so please refrain from using any more as well. To use your own words Clyde,"this is about personal income". As a small business owner I am faced by many uncertainties,the biggest being the AHCA.(My company is not a PTE I might add) You see I provide health care for my 37 employees and we still are not seeing a clear picture of how this complex act will effect us.(myself and others in the business community) I would sincerely like to give raises to my employees and still maintain the level of health care I now provide for them and their families. I'm not sure I'll be able to do so and remain competitive if costs are going to increase,meaning taxes and some of the provisions of the AHCA.
I would think that whomever you work for would express the same concerns although I must admit I have no idea what your individual employment status is. I hope you now know from where I was coming from regarding my statement. Many of my associates in the business community both active and retired echo those sentiments. As you may or may not know,many provisions of the AHCA are not yet written in stone. We have yet to see the impact of the "as the Secretary shall determine" provisions. Enjoy your day.
Yes, there is uncertainty over the health care law and tax policy. And removing that uncertainty would be good, as businesses could better plan for the future. Removing uncertainty would also probably spur more merger and acquisition activity, which would also be good. But, my main point, and one I have still not seen refuted, is that if, as you contend, this administration was "business repressive" that would be reflected in the value of publically traded stocks, which reflects the sentiment of investors as to the prospects for those companies. Obviously, investors believe that the economy is improving and that optimism is reflected in the rising price of stocks.
BOB 10

Dunkirk, NY

#40 Mar 7, 2013
Is it lunch time yet? I'm starving.

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