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  • norrishappy norrishappy Oct 27, 2012 9:13 PM Flag

    OT: Barron's Says US in For Tough Time No Matter Who Is Elected

    Who will win Obama 74% Romney 26%

    Which is best for the economy?

    Romney 83% Obama 17%

    Which is best for the stock market?

    Romney 79% Obama 21%

    A Romney win will therefore be a big upside surprise not built into equity values.

    He needs to do a show on the California economy and Progressive control for the last 20+ years and what the result has been.

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    • political extortion by the repubs. Everytime the president put something in front of them they said. They want him out and a repub president. This is truely a shame on the repubs part. We don't want him we want someone else so NO you can't do that Mr president, is this how democracy is supposed to work. Electoral vote, but a few get to tell us how the election will go. The populice vote doesn't matter. is this democracy?

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      • Obama told the Republicans to get in the back seat of government. Elections have consequences.

        Clinton worked with a very Conservative Newt

        Reagan worked with a super liberal O'Neil.

        Romney worked with a super liberal majority in the collective wealth of Massachusetts.

        Obama simply does not have the ability, temperament or personal character to be effective. He had super majorities for two years and went so far into collectivism he had to bully and bribe the tradition Democrats in the party to do what he demanded.

        For many reason Obama cannot do the job so it is time to get back to basic economics and policy, we all know work.

 
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