Asia Markets: U.S. election results could weigh on Asia
As the Republican Party headed toward a majority in the U.S. House of Representatives, analysts said a resulting cut in spending by Washington is likely to impact on Asia, though how much of an impact remains uncertain.
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#1 Nov 3, 2010
Oh boo-hoo for Asia. We've given them reality TV and McDonald's. It won't be long before they will riot if they don't get a $6 2500 calorie burger from Carl's JR, a KFC, free health care, a shorter work day & week, no traffic on the freeway, baggy-pants $ flat-billed caps, schools that grade on a curve, pawn shops, no pollution, free parking, and a Dairy Queen. Once we fattin' em' up, those jobs will come back.
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