This is what HIs commie Grandparents TAUGHT . tHE sAUL aLINSKY COMMIE HANDBOOK. oNE MUST CONTROL EVERYTHING.
I am disappointed. Had he been nominated, he would have lost. Again.
The Repug nuisance troll here known as "stopslobbering, a.k.a. The Empty Repug Shill," is now designated the BAC Message Board Resident Chronic Liar of the week.
Go to the left so you can obtain a lower standard of living a lot quicker. That way the rich will be poor and the poor will be poorer. Good strategy. And by the way, if going to the right gets us more debt the left, like Greece,will be the end. We need an exceptional candidate on the right and sadly nobody of that description is running.
My wife the special needs teacher tells me that with all students but particularly with problem students it's important to recognize and praise slight progress even when it falls woefully short of desired goals, so with that in mind I hereby salute you for creeping a little closer to answering my long-standing question: who do you favor for President in the 2016 race? Is there anyone else you're willing to confess to FORMERLY supporting? Do you anticipate throwing your former support to another former GOP candidate? If so, when do you expect that preference to become known to yourself? If and when it does, will you divulge at least one of that former candidate's initials? ROTFLMAO because there's nothing sadder than a ballsmuggler with nothing to hide.....
ultimately you need to decide if a "higher" standard of living comes from mental state or palliative care which can be achieved with mind numming drugs as some are chuzing, or investment in infrastructure like the crumbling water and electrical grid. Maybe CO can live without grow lights but what about drug growers in the north even climate change will not increase the amount of sun beyond maybe changing cloud coverage. ROFLMFO.
Calling each other the liberal greek equivalent of trump will not cure sick kids. All praise the tampons.
As U.S. oil rig count falls, gas slump offers imperfect precedent: ( By Jarrett Renshaw ) Mon Jan 26, 2015 8:36am EST
("We believe the sharp falling away of US drilling activity and the rapid cuts across the world in non-OPEC supply suggest oil prices have fallen far below any sustainable level," the company wrote.
Tom Pugh, a commodities expert with London-based Capital Economics, issued a research note Wednesday that predicted U.S. shale oil production will decline in the second half of 2015. He said production declines will be slowed by drilling efficiencies, producer hedges and an ample supply of new wells that produce at higher levels at the outset.
The upshot, Pugh said, is production declines will help provide a floor to oil prices and eventually spur a rebound. "This supports our view that the price of Brent will rebound to $60 per barrel by the end of the year," Pugh said.)
* So this report above didn't count just today's report which says*
(The late-session surge was primed by Baker Hughes data showing the number of rigs drilling for oil in the United States fell by 94 - or 7 percent - this week. Earlier gains were fueled by reports of Islamic State militants striking at Kurdish forces southwest of the oil-rich city of Kirkuk.)
4. Cheap oil and gas price will give employers more leverage to increase wages and basically a quick boost in recovery .
5. There won't be an agreement with IRAN and any kind of war overseas can send the oil to sky high.
6. Housing market will pickup some steam in 2015 with re-fin activity with morgage rates around 3.75%.
7. U.S. Regulators Agree to Go Easier on Mortgage-Lending Rules
So with all thoes facts I listed above, I think Fed will raise the interest rates second half of the year. If that is the case then BoA will be $20 or above by end of 2014 with a fastes recocery and better GDP.
The difference is I called out Bush for his missteps. GW was not one of my favorite Presidents. I thought he was arrogant and not very smart. I did give him credit though for honesty. He spoke his mind and you knew where he stood. I still support his decision to invade IRAQ. Not finding WMD is Monday morning Quarter backing the decision. I watched Saddam poke a stick at the US and UN inspectors for years. It was embarrassing. I also saw the same intelligence that was presented to the UN and Congress. It was compelling enough for most of Congress to approve the invasion including Hillary. GW was not smart enough to concock such a scheme. I also remember the feeling of the nation after 911. We were tired of people poking sticks at us and resorting to diplomatic measures. It was time to show the world that the United States had enough. Bush had huge support for his decision. Much of the fallout came from the liberal media that broadcast and printed every day the fatalities. It was tastless. The fact that we did not find the WMD that our inelligence said was there nor did IRAQ turn out as we had planned makes the IRAQ war appear to be a mistake. It is not the outcome of the war you and I are debating, it is the decision, at that moment, with the evidence presented, after 911, to remove Saddam or not remove Saddam. I would like to think Obama under the same circumstances would make the same decision.
Now now pretty boy...why are you targeting me? Isnt it funny how you believe that a POTUS fooling around on his wife is on the same level as a POTUS ordering the invasion of a country that didn't do anything to us. No POTUS has ever been free from unethical actions....Obama's drone strikes could be considered illegal according to International Law....but you don't see right-wingers complaining do you? If youre looking for the ethical "high road" out of a POTUS, then you will be sadly disappointed every election. But if you want to compare records, Obama is a shining light compared to Bush when it comes to ethics. And you voted for Bush and his BS. And I will remind you of your folly every time you whine about something that is of a lesser degree. Funny how you and donut still consider "she" as an insult. Typical of children...and right-wingers.
And perhaps dumpy donut can enlighten us all with some of the "fine moments" Bush had. Was it 9/11? Or No Child Left Behind? Or Iraq? Or banning stem cell research? Or the surplus that he gave away? Or Katrina? Or the global economic meltdown? Yeah...W was tip top.
I merely demonstrated the hypocrisy of you right-wingers. What Obama said increased the % of Americans with health insurance coverage. What Bush said got 4000+ Americans and 100,000s of Iraqis killed. For what....?
We need to take a left turn like Greece did ! we've been going to right since Reagan and we just get more debt and a lower standard of living.