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  • nbidness67 nbidness67 Oct 19, 2008 4:30 PM Flag

    if we must talk about politics on this board

     

    compare democratic vs republican benefit to investors

    http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2008/10/14/opinion/20081014_OPCHART.html

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    • During Bill Clinton's presidency he watched the Taliban and Al-Quaida organize in Afghanistan and attack the WTC 1993, US embassy in Africa and an attack on the USS Cole. Clintons response, NOTHING! Then on Sept 11, 2001 the terrorists that planned and executed attacks against the US hit the WTC. President Bush was in office for less than a year prior to the attack. All training by the pilots occurred while Bill Clinton was president. Since 9/11 there have been no attacks in the US. Democrats have selective memories. They blame but the planning for 9/11 occurred on Clinton's watch. Clinton was also the enabler (1995) that further empowered the Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac abuse. When reform was proposed by Bush and McCain it was poo-pooed by Dodd, Frank, Pelosi and Schumer.

      Lilly and other US corporations will be better off with McCain. If you pay no income tax, you do not own property and you think it is a good idea to take tax payers money for your benefit then vote for the Dem's. But remember the words of Charles Barkley. "Poor people have been voting for Democrats for years and they are still poor."

      That's the facts, Jack!

    • It's silly to think a president can control the economics during his tenure. Our economy is way too big to move that quickly.

      Clinton's NAFTA and China Programs are effecting us right now.

 
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