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  • andywend123 andywend123 Nov 19, 2012 7:56 PM Flag

    It was over for Right-wing trash ballllllll loser Paul O when he publicly endorsed Rombo Romney THE LOSER!

    Now I understand why Intel is performing so poorly. Its entire board of directors is stuffed with useless, good for nothing liberal democrats. Wasn't aware that Paul was the sole conservative over at Intel. Now that he is leaving, Intel will only go lower. Bought 500 calls right at the bottom just before 10:00 EST today, I'll take my $12K profit and look for something else.

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    • Why do you say that? where did you get that information? I do think at 61 with 4 more years of Obama, paul said bye. Can't blame him, Ca. is F'ing the rich and so is Obama so Paul was getting F'd twice. Bet he lives Ca.

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      • I can't blame him for leaving either. I had no idea Intel was such a die-hard liberal company as I just read about Intel pulling funding from the Boy Scouts because the Scouts won't allow gay men as Scout masters.

        Intel was trading around $75/share 12 years ago and their anemic stock performance is a whole lot easier to understand now that I know the company is so liberally biased. Now that their conservative CEO is leaving, it GUARANTEES the company will be run as bad as humanely possible so I sure wouldn't touch this stock with a 10 foot pole even though it is extremely cheap right now.

        Trusting your hard earned money with liberal democrats is the surest way to go broke.

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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