Buddy you are delusional. The GOP establishment knows they have no one to beat her in the Electoral College. Hence, a desperate attempt to recruit Jeb Bush. At least he may able to siphon off some of the growing demographics that shun the Republican Party. If the GOP losing again in 2016, there will be a real house cleaning in the party.
if she switches parties. Rumor is she is very hesitant to run as the Democratic party, mainly the Obama Democratic party, is out of control. With all of the scandals, taxes, over spending, weak international presence and high unemployment and food stamps, there might be too much damage.
The sellers are happy to see any fresh money coming in here now, this is a $5.00 stock at maximum based on outstanding shares and no growth for starters. The Feds won't be around as long as you think.
Did you mean "Was" it too difficult for you to spell? Check your own spelling before you lecture someone on theirs. Typical.
If I am not mistaken, BAC was informed that bankrupting Country Wide Credit was not an option. It was also at a time that congress was telling the American people that the banks are solely to blame for their misfortune. And lastly, BAC did not know how long the line was for law suits. I still find it amazing, that after BAC bought Merrill and CWC, tried to get out of the Merrill purchase but was forced to buy it, is being sued by the DOJ. The same govt can't figure out why the banks are not loaning money to get the economy going when these banks are writing checks for $9 billion.
Typically when the DOJ files a suit it is to change the behavior of the company. To send a message. JPM was sued because of poor mortgage practices of Wamu, that wamu had stopped a year before JPM even bought them. Never did JPM adopt the poor practices of Wamu but still wrote a check for $8 billion. They were sued for poor practices that they never adopted and sued for buying a company that the government asked them to buy.
I did not say all successful business owners are republicans. If you looked at all of the successful people in the nation you will find a mix of republican and democrat with the majority republican. If you looked at the population on food stamps, this group is predominantly democrat. They are democrat because people like you tell them the only help comes from democrats. You are the one making the case that republicans are uneducated. My point is the vast majority (not all) but the vast majority of republicans are successful and educated.
No. He is suggesting that once the Democratic poor realize that the Democrats have no plan for them to get out of poverty, they tend to switch to Republican. Democrats tend to push the victim card and tell voters that they are poor because others are rich. They tell the poor how sad their lives are then give them the needed assistance. Most importantly they tell the poor that they, the democrats, are the only one in their corner so they need to vote democratic.
The republicans come in and inspire the poor to tap the inner potential inside. We tell the poor that they do not have to stay poor, that with a lot of hard work, many failures along the way, they can create a better life for themselves and their children. We remove the barriers of success and unleash the economy and the dream that anyone can make it in this country.
There are almost 100 million working-age Americans no longer working. More Americans are today on entitlements than working in the private sector. More Americans are on food stamps than the number of women working in America. Iran is building a nuclear bomb. Russian jet fighters are threatening American naval ships. Yet Harry Reid obsesses about a rancher who hasn’t paid grazing fees?
Although a drop to $9 seems excessive, events in Ukraine could spiral
out of control---would not be a positive--
In order to maintain any form of democracy. Its clear the democrats misused power. There must be accountability no matter what party abuses its power to attack its political enemies