Wall Street v. Tea Party: Who Will Pu...

Wall Street v. Tea Party: Who Will Put an End to the Shutdown?

There are 6 comments on the ABC News story from Oct 10, 2013, titled Wall Street v. Tea Party: Who Will Put an End to the Shutdown?. In it, ABC News reports that:

The government shutdown is bad for business, bad for the economy and bad for your 401 .

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“It's Time to Defeat Terrorism ”

Since: May 11


#1 Oct 10, 2013
Obviously, GOP is fighting with the American people that despise the Obama care scam and it has nothing to do with Wall Street stocks that gets interest free money from the FED money printers Bernanke and his new replacement which makes them richer and richer with trillion dollars printed from thin air annually for the billionaire friends of Obama. Obama offered waivers to his Federal union employees and other Unions including the wall street billionaires that do not need the Obamacare. Even the liberal leaders Reid and Pelosi admits that the Obama care is a failed and dangerous trap for the sick and elderly Americans that could lose their lives waiting for medical service that will not come before they die first. The idea of the Obamacare is to provide a killer health plan that could kill millions of Americans with death panels before the American fools will agree to one health system under Obama. Obama and his pathetic loser liberals that go after him like sheep to the slaughter house are defeated by the American people that despise the Obama's health scam. GOP is fighting the Obama care scam that scares each and every American and put the lives of tens of millions of elderly Americans in major danger of falling with the Obama’s death panels with no doctors, no hospital and no medication except pain killers sham and dying lonely without medical care in a long waiting lines for a real doctor rather than a nurse. The American people support the GOP led House which represents the American people against Obama and his deceitful liberal media.

Bellingham, WA

#2 Oct 10, 2013
As long as the Koch brothers can afford to
blow as much as $250 million on the tea party and their anti-American ilk, Wall Street is beside the point.

Minneapolis, MN

#3 Oct 10, 2013
At least the economy is trickling sideways at the most and trickle a bit downward to the stable boys and girls as a proof a horse sold for $8,400,000.00 LOL! horse including its upkeep is worth more than all of us. LOL!

Minneapolis, MN

#4 Oct 10, 2013
It would be nice to play the stock market as a day-week=month trader, it is safer than casino actually but at this level you could be the victim and become the greatest fool. Not an entry point at all. IMO.

“Iblis-ak-bar & mo his prophet”

Since: Mar 07

Mt Clemens, MI

#5 Oct 11, 2013
TEA Party!!..
With Democrats vilifying Ted Cruz, thinking that he will run for President, one reaches the conclusion that Democrat have never read the Constitution.. Supporting evidence:The Constitution, with all its messy checks and balances and its attempt to limit government to only certain “enumerated powers,” is little more than a nuisance.“I don’t worry about the Constitution,” if it gets in the way of passing legislation, former Rep. Phil Hare (D., Ill.) Or:James Clyburn (D., S.C.) saying “There’s nothing in the Constitution that says that the federal government has anything to do with most of the stuff we do.”

So, with Cruz holding down the right, it allows the real potentials of Rand Paul, Marco Rubio & Paul Ryan to claim middle ground.. This strategy was used, to great effect, by the Socialist wing of the Democrat Party.. And we have learned.. And today, Paul Ryan was seen in an interview after negotiations with the White House, as the voice of reason and bi-partisanship.. Yes we will win this round.. Yet make it look like a compromise!!....

Alpharetta, GA

#6 Mar 24, 2014
Past two decades Wall streets has introduced to us virtual wealth through intangible products. So IT field benefited from that now world got greedy over tech thinking that’s where the wealth is, whereas it’s all virtual and local population of USA suffering on employment front since global cheap supply in the Tech companies… So it’s time to divert that flow of virtual wealth to local benefits that will help millennial continue on as same as their parents by using same algorithm and supply to their demands…remember we were able to create that for ‘Tulip” and we know it can not end same way, since then we have learned to manage virtual money market without having same outcome…

So what’s stopping you Wall Street get on and help new Generation locally in America…leave every country to supply virtual money to their own population using same concept…

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