Obamas Stock Market Crash
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Buh Bye Wall Street

Robbins, NC

#1 Nov 7, 2012
Adios and everyone better get their money from Wall Street and RUN FOR THE DOOR!!!
liner

Brooklyn, NY

#2 Nov 7, 2012
Buh Bye Wall Street wrote:
Adios and everyone better get their money from Wall Street and RUN FOR THE DOOR!!!
Why?
shameless-li

Denver, CO

#3 Nov 7, 2012
Buh Bye Wall Street wrote:
Adios and everyone better get their money from Wall Street and RUN FOR THE DOOR!!!
relax, it's only romney and his buddy's pulling their money out...the market will be fine in another week or so.

let the sore losers try to prove a point.
Buh Bye Wall Street

Robbins, NC

#4 Nov 7, 2012
shameless-li wrote:
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relax, it's only romney and his buddy's pulling their money out...the market will be fine in another week or so.
let the sore losers try to prove a point.
That's right, leave your money in!!!
shameless-li

Denver, CO

#5 Nov 7, 2012
Buh Bye Wall Street wrote:
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That's right, leave your money in!!!
it's a good buying opportunity for those of us with money.
i made a nice chuck buying stocks that fell below a dollar during the bush era crash....thanks gwb - somebody else's misfortune is somebody else's gain.
shameless-li

Denver, CO

#6 Nov 7, 2012
chunk not chuck, sorry to all you spell checkers out there.
The Loon Was Always Right

White Plains, NY

#7 Nov 7, 2012
Yeah the Fuktard's buddies were counting on a little wall street deregulation.
Seth Adams

AOL

#8 Nov 7, 2012
shameless-li wrote:
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it's a good buying opportunity for those of us with money.
i made a nice chuck buying stocks that fell below a dollar during the bush era crash....thanks gwb - somebody else's misfortune is somebody else's gain.
One of the market makers on Bloomberg said the 300pt plunge was way better than expected. He said that it seems all the Kids with little life experience went to Vote and the Adults who knew better than to surrender to more of Obama's devastating anti prosperity nonsense stayed HOME yesterday. Interesting as Mayor Bloomberg supported BHO.
The Loon is Always Right

White Plains, NY

#10 Nov 8, 2012
Wall Street went long on Mitt Romney, doling out millions of dollars of donations in the hope of beating back financial regulation. After coming up short on Election Day, the industry is moving to Plan B.

With President Obama having won a second term, lobbyists are readying a varied agenda to influence the makeup of crucial Congressional committees and regulatory agencies while working to avert the so-called fiscal cliff – the dreaded spending cuts and tax increases set to kick in on Jan. 1 unless a deal is reached. The Dodd-Frank regulatory overhaul enacted in the wake of the financial crisis also remains a top issue as the industry continues its efforts to temper the rules.

Sorry Wall Street eat your peas.
Chicken Little Needs Meds

AOL

#11 Nov 8, 2012
The Market drop is a knee jerk reaction to the right wings flooding blogs, forums and Twitter with more apocalyptic prophecies. Wall Street traders are more jumpy than a virgin in a biker bar. This is just more of the same, "I didn't win so I'm taking my balls home and playing by myself!" Once the paranoids and profiteers dump all they actually have to pay for with their own money now the market will level off.

The big fear is of Congress and The President not making some kind of agreement before the end of the year, when the mutually agreed on MANDATORY CUTS on ALL programs kicks in. I say compromise on both sides. Raise taxes on the wealthy, cut out loop holes and hiding money from Uncle Sam in offshore accounts and make cuts to all unnecessary programs, like subsiding corporate farms, drug companies or oil companies that make $30 -$35 billion in profits every year.

If you have to cut social programs,like food stamps, then don't cut all safety nets like job placement programs for the blind or disabled or we will still have people unable to pay their bills.We have to start looking at individual circumstances and not going by numbers.

If we go by numbers then let's block all bonuses for government employees and kill pensions for convicted state and federal employees and congressmen once and for all. Because in most cases a congressman or senator convicted of a felony can still receive his pension as long as the charge is not one that violates national security or relates to public corruption and abuse of official position.

If he or she resigns without charges due to whatever accusations (sex with minors or giving alcohol or drugs to minors) he or she still gets a pension. If you want to get serious, let's get serious. Why keep paying for stupidity long after it resigns or is convicted?
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_US_senator...
Yankee Payback

Robbins, NC

#12 Nov 9, 2012
Leave your money in yankees. Trust your Madoff, er I mean broker.
Blue Dog Dem

AOL

#13 Nov 9, 2012
We knew we were diminishing the Private Sector tax base, diminishing Small business and increasing unemployment for all Non Public Sector Union members when we voted on Tuesday.

The Market drop is temporary and it always goes up again. The Market is merely reflecting 51% of the Voters preference for increasing the expense of Public Sector Union jobs over the the future hopes and dreams of every one else in the work force.

51% of us thought voting for the Man most likely to wave to us from a gay pride float over the Man who might work to make life better for ALL families, not just the Public Employee Union members.

It could be a rough ride. The Senate lost three more advocates for the 85% of Americans who work in the Private Sector and small business employers on Tuesday.

Voters replaced them with three more new style Public Sector Union operatives who continue to run as Democrats at election time.
Billionaire Hissyfits

AOL

#14 Nov 9, 2012
Well let's do some math. How many US jobs has those Bush tax cuts created? Anyone at all have a number? Billionaires had tax cuts under Obama because the Tea Baggers in Congress helped the GOP hold us hostage over tax cuts in exchange for extending unemployment benefits to those 800,000 a month, who had lost their jobs under Bush.

Let's see, didn't those same billionaire/job creators say they were just too scared to create jobs after getting the tax cuts that would create jobs? That's almost 12 years of tax cuts and still the job creators are too scared. Maybe they need Testosterone Replacement Therapy or a sex reassignment. Tax cuts don't seem to be making them the brave capitalists they pretend to be. Twleve years and they are still afraid to create jobs in the US but creating jobs in China and Mexico doesn't scare them. As Big Bird would say. "Now that's big doodoo!"

The butt hurt billionaires probably pulled their US investment dollars to invest in foreign stocks & bonds and create jobs there where they can still bribe officials, pay workers .99-$1.32 and hour and pollute like the good old days. The right wingers will paint them as tormented victims.

I know a few billionaires who could spit bricks over the cash they bet and lost on Romney's lame horse campaign.
*"The billionaire donors I hear are livid," one GOP operative told The Huffington Post. "There is some holy hell to pay. Karl Rove has a lot of explaining to do … I don't know how you tell your donors that we spent $390 million and got nothing."
Even the blustery billionaire Donald Trump went after Rove on Twitter on Wednesday, writing, "Congrats to @KarlRove on blowing $400 million this cycle."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/08/karl...
Adios Dineros

Robbins, NC

#15 Nov 12, 2012
Tell your investments buh bye when Greece is force to leave the Euro later this week!

http://www.forbes.com/sites/afontevecchia/201...
Ehhhhhh Fuggeddaboutit

Yonkers, NY

#16 Nov 12, 2012
Billionaire Hissyfits wrote:
Well let's do some math. How many US jobs has those Bush tax cuts created? Anyone at all have a number? Billionaires had tax cuts under Obama because the Tea Baggers in Congress helped the GOP hold us hostage over tax cuts in exchange for extending unemployment benefits to those 800,000 a month, who had lost their jobs under Bush.
Let's see, didn't those same billionaire/job creators say they were just too scared to create jobs after getting the tax cuts that would create jobs? That's almost 12 years of tax cuts and still the job creators are too scared. Maybe they need Testosterone Replacement Therapy or a sex reassignment. Tax cuts don't seem to be making them the brave capitalists they pretend to be. Twleve years and they are still afraid to create jobs in the US but creating jobs in China and Mexico doesn't scare them. As Big Bird would say. "Now that's big doodoo!"
The butt hurt billionaires probably pulled their US investment dollars to invest in foreign stocks & bonds and create jobs there where they can still bribe officials, pay workers .99-$1.32 and hour and pollute like the good old days. The right wingers will paint them as tormented victims.
I know a few billionaires who could spit bricks over the cash they bet and lost on Romney's lame horse campaign.
*"The billionaire donors I hear are livid," one GOP operative told The Huffington Post. "There is some holy hell to pay. Karl Rove has a lot of explaining to do … I don't know how you tell your donors that we spent $390 million and got nothing."
Even the blustery billionaire Donald Trump went after Rove on Twitter on Wednesday, writing, "Congrats to @KarlRove on blowing $400 million this cycle."
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/08/karl...
How's your 401(k)??
shameless-li

Denver, CO

#17 Nov 13, 2012
Ehhhhhh Fuggeddaboutit wrote:
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How's your 401(k)??
it's much better than it was 8 years ago...made back the losses then some.
its bushs fault

Yonkers, NY

#18 Nov 13, 2012
shameless-li wrote:
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it's much better than it was 8 years ago...made back the losses then some.
Tell me that six months from now, sucka. Happy New Year!!

You'll be bungee jumping off the cliff.
The Worlds Biggest Lie

Agawam, MA

#19 Nov 13, 2012
Could The fed have printed money, loaned it to the govt, paid for by the taxpayers, and given it back to the fed, to donate it to polititians?
Buh Bye Wall Street

Robbins, NC

#20 Nov 14, 2012
Buh Bye Wall Street wrote:
Adios and everyone better get their money from Wall Street and RUN FOR THE DOOR!!!
And the beat goes on!

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
shameless-li

Denver, CO

#21 Nov 15, 2012
its bushs fault wrote:
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Tell me that six months from now, sucka. Happy New Year!!
You'll be bungee jumping off the cliff.
the only cliff people will be jumping off of is the fiscal cliff unless BOTH side compromise.
first boehner said the republicans would cooperate and now not so much....go figure...

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