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  • hold_upright hold_upright Oct 27, 2011 3:59 PM Flag

    Another Big "Thank You" To President Obama

    Yes, thank you Mr. President Obama.

    Last week I found out I was getting a 3.6% INCREASE (a Raise!) in my Social Security in 2012. Today I learned my Medicare Part B premium is going DOWN to $99/mo. from $115/mo. and that my Medicare Deductible is going DOWN to $140 from $162.

    Again, thanks. I will definitly be voting Democratic on Nov. 8 and for you in 2012.

    And I can't say enough for what you have done to my 401k. It's Up, Up, Up.

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    • And there we have it in a NUT shell. All you care about is more free stuff - paid for by OPM. You boast about your wealth, yet you cry about your living expenses - expenses every RESPONSIBLE person pays for without complaint. You are the problem. This is why you cheer for obozo, in hopes of getting more free stuff while you count your sheckles. Grow up old man, it's about time.

    • I will hold my nose and bote for Obama! Yes, we are better off than four years ago. But, being better than Bush is a low standard...

    • hey big Obuma supporter...Guess the crook Corzine was one of your favorites...or Barney frank and Chris Dodd... U r a loser ...LMAO

    • Maybe the President will invite you to the annual White House "Beginning of Ramadan" dinner. You can hob-nob with his Islamic cronies.

    • The 350,000 are people who used up all 99 weeks of their unemployment and still have no job. They eventually just give/gave up.

      One problem this can bring for PEG is less customers who can pay their full bill.

      I don't mind the stock price languishing in the low 30's for a while because I reinvest dividends. But, I would like to see a significant move up in the next 3-5 years.
      No jobs = no rate payers. Not a good thing.

    • rhrengineer1 Dec 6, 2011 7:53 AM Flag

      And with the x dividend date approaching you would think it would move higher.

    • ex-div tomorrow in fact.

    • Hello don_deal.

      Looks good for a second term.

      The reason there are so many repub candidates and no one is emerging is that the Republicans have no good candidates. They all are a little "off the wall". Also, the repub values are inconsistant with the American middle class voters. Repubs want to dismantle Social Security and Medicare. No one is going to vote for that!!

      Repubs keep talking about those "family value" issues. The economically hurt middle class has bigger concerns.

      I think that when Republicans decided they wanted to be run by the Tea Party folks they lost their common sense.

    • Here we go again with the cheerleading out of LALA land. How about this headline today? "Sears, Kmart: Beginning of the end?
      As a slide in sales continues, Sears Holdings announces the pending closures of more than 100 stores. And a year from now, the outlook might be just as grim" Yup things are really look'n up for obozo. Way to go you JERK!! And before you & DUMBDEAL try to blame the last guy for that, try sticking your heads in the commode & give it a few flushes. That should clear it up for you a little. At least the toilet will be trying to do it's job!!

    • HERE IS WHAT YOUR PRESIDENT BUSH WAS LIKE, Remember once a pickle never more a Cucumber

      By James Quinn, Wall Street Correspondent

      4:45PM BST 23 Jul 2008


      US President George W. Bush has claimed that Wall Street "got drunk" in the run-up to the credit crisis and now has "got a hangover."

      The unguarded comments, made during a private fundraiser in Houston, show the US leader's perhaps flippant approach to the crisis which has wiped hundreds of billions of dollars off the value of banks and other companies worldwide, and forced more than 1m Americans to lose their homes.

      The comments appeared on viral video site YouTube courtesy of local news station KTRK in the Texan city.

      In the video, he jokes: ""There is no question about it. Wall Street got drunk. That's one reason I asked you to turn off your TV cameras."

      "The question is, How long will it (take to) sober up and not try to do all these fancy financial instruments?"

      Traditional media were banned from the gathering, to support a local Republican politician in the President's home state, but his words were captured on a handheld personal camera.

      Mr Bush, who was in jocular mood, then went on to joke about the housing crisis, saying it didn't seem to exist in Houston - based on evidence from wife Laura, who is trying to by a house there for the couple when his second presidential term ends next January.

      White House spokesman Tony Fratto said the President was merely describing the stock market in the way many observers have.

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