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  • stoptheinsanity2000 stoptheinsanity2000 Dec 30, 2002 4:36 PM Flag

    We'll See Gains When Bush Gets Canned..

    His adminstration is no good for the USA, great for the Saudis though, they're getting even richer as gasoline prices in the US have been a consistent 40% higher throughout Bushs' first two years, as opposed to the average cost throughout the previous 8 years....As long as Bush and his Clowns can keep the world on edge, oil prices will stay up, stocks will stay depressed and those in the oil business will rake in the profits........You voted for it!..........You got it!.............You deserve it!

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    • When no cares about the stock market we will see gains.

      I think who is president at the time will have little consequence.

      I'm not sure if the war is the right thing to do for the country. However ten years down the road does America want a greater event than the Twin Towers in their future?

    • The Iraqis' income is less than $1000 per year per person. And Georgie says that Irak is a threat to the U.S. Can one imagine the misinformation going on about this Irak topic. What are Bush achievements in 2002? Just think about it. For the time being, he is just ruining the country.

    • It is rather uncanny how Clinton avoided crashing the economy for eight years and now its his fault that the market is in the doldrums.

      Bush has been in office for nearly two years and the only thing that comes out of his mouth is Iraq. Iraq is no more than a side issue and it should be treated as such. Bush has failed to address the real issues. The economy, the economy and the economy.

      I suggest the U. S. stop being the world's law enforcement agency. Let our European freinds spend their taxpayers money policing the rest of the world.

      I got a hearty laugh when it was reported that the cost of an Iraqi war was grossly over stated. It seems there are those who have calculated the cost of the war and have placed a dollar value on its outcome.

      What a joke! Can anyone tell me the value of a single life? What about yours or your childs?

    • I said the bubble started cratering well before Clinton left office. The point is that it is just plain wrong on the facts to blame Bush Jr. for the bubble bursting.

      I did not speak to when the bubble started. Whatever, Clinton was in office for 8 years. But really it was a nine year bull market, so the bull run started chronologically in Bush Sr.'s presidency. Regardless, it was more due to demographics and technology change than any other factor.

      So you want to blame Bush Sr for the bubble forming and Bush Jr for the bubble bursting? That's creative!

    • I hope everyone is taking notes about the bubble economy.

      When the US government is predicting major surpluses for the next decade and the White House is rife with scandals. Run for the hills. Sell all your stocks. Buy bonds and gold. disaster awaits.

      This probably won't be useful until 2070. But then only one generation of you family will have to experience a major hit in the markets.

      Democrat or Republic doesn't matter it ends the same way. Have you heard the phrase "Pushing on a string?"

      Also we probably won't see new highs in the Dow any time soon. Inflation is dead until 2008. Don't bet on inflation in the next 5 years. It won't happen. No other country wants a strong currency.

      The fed is running scared.

    • i know you are asking someone else. since you seem serious in asking these questions, here are my views:

      1) Are you seriously suggesting we would not be any worse off if the Fed had kept interest rates up where they were in 2000?

      i think lower interest rates helped.

      2) Are you seriously suggesting that a determined Fed, which can 'print' all the money it wants to, cannot stop deflation?

      in the current environment, where demand is the problem, lowering rate alone is like trying to push a string that is supposed to push demand. appropriate fiscal policy can act to pull the string that pulls demand. however, i am pessimistic about the dubia administration's ability to formulate and adopt the appropriate policy. among their limitations: competence and ideology.

      3) Are you seriously suggesting that policies of appeasement of the likes of Saddam are the path to peace?

      NO! but again, we need more competence and less ideology.

    • 1) Are you seriously suggesting we would not be any worse off if the Fed had kept interest rates up where they were in 2000?

      2) Are you seriously suggesting that a determined Fed, which can 'print' all the money it wants to, cannot stop deflation?

      3) Are you seriously suggesting that policies of appeasement of the likes of Saddam are the path to peace?

      Seriously. I'm really curious about your point of view.

    • "Dead wrong!"

      Nice fact filled comeback.
      Got any more wisdom to share with us mortals?

    • Dead wrong!

      We will see gain if Greenspan leaves his post and eliminate short positions.

    • "It was a classic stock market bubble".........It sure was!......But I still stay instilling confidence is the only way to get this economy out of this mess, and this admninistration is not too good at instilling confidence, quite the opposite.....I believe that's their plan anyway. I think we've got the wrong people at the wrong time in the Whitehouse. Plain & Simple!

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