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  • snthsnth1 snthsnth1 May 29, 2012 11:25 AM Flag

    Even if you don't like black people you should vote

     

    for Obama.

    In 2008, the New York Times reported that since 1929, $10,000 invested in the stock market under Democratic Presidents (over 40 years) had become $300,671. Meanwhile, $10,000 invested in the stock market under Republican Presidents (over 35 years) had become only $11,733.

    Well, at least the affluent caste didn't lose money during Republican regimes, right? Wrong. The value of the dollar dropped by 92% during that period. So in real value, $10,000 invested in the stock market under Republican Presidents actually became just $955. And forty-six cents. In economic terms, roughly the same effect as some foreign enemy blowing up 90% of our factories, warehouses, farms, malls, office buildings, apartment buildings, and every other productive asset.

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    • You got all of that out of the New York Times? Or, did you do the analysis on
      your own with data supplied by the Times? Regardless, it is totally pathetic.
      If you (or anyone else) want to believe that garbage, you go right ahead. I
      won't lose a moment of sleep over it.

    • Oh I see,everyone who doesn't vote for Obama is doing it because he is black.Nice to play both sides of the fence.

      He is B/K this country and is a "community organizer" who sees nothing good about the history of this country or how we became so great. Come to think of it, he is like a lot of dopes on this board.

 
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