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  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Nov 14, 2012 7:54 PM Flag

    Shove Wall Street Off the Fiscal Cliff

    Wall Street is already killing us, killing the economy and killing Intel.

    I'd say shove them off the fiscal cliff. Intel longs and the economy will recover. The skumbags on Wall Street - not so much. Let's drive a stake through their cold dead hearts while we can...

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Businesses everywhere hate Obama. You'll never admit it, but he's a joke. Just ask Otelini.......he crushed Obama. Obama is KILLING Intel and Otelini would tell you that!

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      • and Waldo is just too plain dumb to understand that. what a chump Waldo is, never ending pumping of INTC, never ending criticism of Wall Street, never ending praise for a President with zero economic or business experience, just an overhyped, overzealous community organizer with a firm belief that the government should be in total control. Waldo has gotten poorer and poorer each day since the election and will be far poorer in 4 years than he is now unless he wakes up and gets some brain cells than the ones he's using now.

      • Just keep ranting - you're clueless and you should sell your Intel stock tomorrow
        November 5, 2012 - The US semiconductor industry now employs almost a quarter of a million workers and added jobs three times faster than the rest of the US economy, according to an analysis of government data by the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA). Total direct US semiconductor employment is estimated at 244,800.

        "Semiconductor workers -- a quarter of a million strong and growing -- are creating the technology breakthroughs that improve our lives, strengthen our country, and build our future," stated Brian Toohey, SIA president and CEO. "Through their hard work, the US semiconductor industry continues to create jobs and spur growth despite a challenging national economy."

        According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the semiconductor industry's manufacturing workforce grew by 3.7% over the previous year, while jobs throughout the broader US economy increased by 1.2%. (It's worth mentioning that the nation's employers added 171,000 positions in October, according to just-published data from the US Labor Department.)

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