Markets rally after US 'fiscal cliff' deal

Jan 2, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: MySanAntonio.com

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., center, leaves a second Republican caucus meeting to discuss the "fiscal cliff" bill passed by the Senate Monday night_and now awaits a vote in the GOP-controlled House_ at the Capitol in Washington on Tuesday, Jan.

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#21
Jan 4, 2013
 
will stop this 1 trillion a year in borrowing... and lower this soon to be 17 trillion in debt
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Jan 4, 2013
 
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so you just missed he point. so you just dont think at all.
so, whats new?
You're a damned idiot, how could a billionaire get any richer they gotten too rich when they got theeir few millions they are just now wasting it by conspicous high end consumptions. I'm done with topix you're a bunch of idiotsd I won't chatter with idiots including those who calls themselves senators and congressmen. So long fackos.
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#23
Jan 9, 2013
 
AIG board to weigh joining $25 billion shareholder lawsuit against US over bailout.

Interesting. After having bailout by the US government, AIG is suing???
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Jan 9, 2013
 
By Harold Meyerson, Published: January 8

"How much do the newly enacted tax hikes on the wealthiest Americans actually affect them? Hardly at all.

Almost all of the debate that convulsed Capitol Hill in December concerned the reinstatement of the highest marginal tax rate on earned income — that is, on wages and salaries. But as Fitzgerald said, the rich are different from you and me, and one of the primary ways they’re different is that they don’t get their income from wages and salaries."
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Jan 10, 2013
 
D.C. lawmaker wants to mandate snack options for govt. workers
January 9, 2013 | 6:00 pm
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Jan 10, 2013
 
Lol wrote:
By Harold Meyerson, Published: January 8
"How much do the newly enacted tax hikes on the wealthiest Americans actually affect them? Hardly at all.
Almost all of the debate that convulsed Capitol Hill in December concerned the reinstatement of the highest marginal tax rate on earned income — that is, on wages and salaries. But as Fitzgerald said, the rich are different from you and me, and one of the primary ways they’re different is that they don’t get their income from wages and salaries."
This is why it appeared so shameful for the republican's to take up such a cause and protest at length....More of the wealthy should have stepped up and told them to quit resisting, if only for public relations value alone.....
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Jan 10, 2013
 
The market has been rallying on optimism over optimism as the please, who can say where it all ends?
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Jan 10, 2013
 
So far they have been proving that pigs could fly. Too bad for us who are doesn't have lots of money on the market ae we only wait for the trickle of the moneyed elites. LOL!
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Jan 10, 2013
 
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>This is why it appeared so shameful for the republican's to take up such a cause and protest at length....More of the wealthy should have stepped up and told them to quit resisting, if only for public relations value alone.....
GB, you really don't understand the pros and cons why the Republicans are protesting...better take time to read their arguments so you can fully understand. Talking badly against the Republicans and those who voted for Romney Ryan will only prove yourself not following the rule of democracy but a controlling freak mind of communism.

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Jan 10, 2013
 
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GB, you really don't understand the pros and cons why the Republicans are protesting...better take time to read their arguments so you can fully understand. Talking badly against the Republicans and those who voted for Romney Ryan will only prove yourself not following the rule of democracy but a controlling freak mind of communism.
It's just ingrained into your third world head that you don't speak your mind. Take notice, we never question your right to say anything but what you say but you always have the right to say it.

Philippines third world mentality is you don't have the right to speak your mind as your statements always show. You even take the massive hypocritical step in saying "Talking badly against the Republicans and those who voted for Romney Ryan will only prove yourself not following the rule of democracy.

Speaking your mind is Democracy you twisted third world moron.
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It's just ingrained into your third world head that you don't speak your mind. Take notice, we never question your right to say anything but what you say but you always have the right to say it.
Philippines third world mentality is you don't have the right to speak your mind as your statements always show. You even take the massive hypocritical step in saying "Talking badly against the Republicans and those who voted for Romney Ryan will only prove yourself not following the rule of democracy.
Speaking your mind is Democracy you twisted third world moron.
Stupid ass...le, we're not talking about third world head like you ingrained about your stupidity of not liking Romney/Ryan. I was answering the remark of GB calling the Republicans "shamelessly" as he continuously insult the rule of democracy because I voted for Romney/Ryan. Sure, you're hypocrisy is showing for ignoring the remarks of GB which I answered back, for what reason, you want to protect him as his grandfather? lollllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllll
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Don the American wrote:
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It's just ingrained into your third world head that you don't speak your mind. Take notice, we never question your right to say anything but what you say but you always have the right to say it.
Philippines third world mentality is you don't have the right to speak your mind as your statements always show. You even take the massive hypocritical step in saying "Talking badly against the Republicans and those who voted for Romney Ryan will only prove yourself not following the rule of democracy.
Speaking your mind is Democracy you twisted third world moron.
hahahahahaha i know you didnt really think she was going to understand what you said.
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hahahahahaha i know you didnt really think she was going to understand what you said.
And you complaint to your ninong Unbalanced View that I'm following your post...lollllllllllllll puppet show is your expertise!
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Jan 23, 2013
 
Morning Examiner: White House surrenders to Republican debt limit demands
January 23, 2013 | 7:52 am | Modified: January 23, 2013 at 8:00 am

Obama unlikely to pass major legislation in second term
Utah sheriffs warn Obama of deadly war over guns
If you want bigger government, you need to side with big business
Morning Examiner: White House surrenders to Republican debt limit demands
Byron York: In inaugural speech, Obama gives nation's top issue short shrift

Today, the House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on bill that would allow the federal government to borrow enough money to pay its bills through May 18th, but then suspend all Congressional pay starting May 19th, until each House of Congress passes a budget. The budget provision is designed to force Senate Democrats, particularly those up for reelection in 2014 in states carried by Mitt Romney, to take votes putting them on record in favor of higher taxes to pay for President Obama’s spending proposals."
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Jan 23, 2013
 
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>This is why it appeared so shameful for the republican's to take up such a cause and protest at length....More of the wealthy should have stepped up and told them to quit resisting, if only for public relations value alone.....
the Elite Republicans dont want a two tiered system... they want everyone to pay their fair share...

their thinking is it is not fair to penalize a person for being rich...

which is fair...I think along the same way

only thing is...their country is bankrupt 16 trillion in debt soon to be 17, because governments on both sides spent too much and did not tax enough

now the USA is fast going underwater...

ironic that most of these Republican elite and some Democrats

are so pro USA..... USA number 1.... as their country spends itself into bankruptcy
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Jan 23, 2013
 
There is one rich guy in CA who is thinking of moving out as he does not like to pay 65 cents for all kinds of prevailing taxes to each dollar meaning 35 cents will be left to his hard earned income while 65 cents go to the government.

I don't know, is it fair or not?
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Jan 23, 2013
 
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There is one rich guy in CA who is thinking of moving out as he does not like to pay 65 cents for all kinds of prevailing taxes to each dollar meaning 35 cents will be left to his hard earned income while 65 cents go to the government.
I don't know, is it fair or not?
its always the rats that will leave the sinking ship first lol.
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its always the rats that will leave the sinking ship first lol.
if they still have the strength to run...hopefully in front of the White House!
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if they still have the strength to run...hopefully in front of the White House!
taxes in the USA used to be "FREELY AND WILLING GIVEN" hehe now its give it up or go to jail hehe.
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Jan 23, 2013
 
Clinton: We killed bin Laden, but terrorism is spreading
January 23, 2013 | 10:01 am | Modified: January 23, 2013 at 10:10 am
Obama unlikely to pass major legislation in second term
The Obamacare piggy bank
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, while testifying about the Benghazi terrorist attack, told lawmakers that the Arab Spring has created opportunities for al-Qaida in North Africa, even after the death of Osama bin Laden.

“We’ve killed a lot of them, including of course bin Laden, but we have to recognize that this is a global movement,” Clinton told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee this morning when Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., asked why the United States seemed “woefully unprepared” for the attack and the broader unrest in the Middle East. She said that no one expected the Arab spring, adding that the countries where the Arab revolutions have taken place in countries that have “no experience with democracy” and create conditions that make it easy to recruit low-level terrorists.

Speaking of al-Qaida in Mali, Clinton said “this is not only a terrorist syndicate, it is a criminal enterprise.”

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