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  • iamgarce iamgarce Nov 5, 2012 10:32 AM Flag

    Sharks in the water get ready to feed on VZ, if OBAMA wins dividend stocks are going to get hammered and its not priced in yet

    why is that ??? dividends are already taxed and will continue to be so , if O wins .. what if Romney
    wins ??? he wants relief of dividends ..

    i cannot understand why so many people are anti Romney / capitalism and such ... so what if the
    wealthy derive much of their income from cap gains ??? a few bucks one way or the other doesn't
    faze them ...

    I will wager that there are no wealthy posters on this board ... there are also millions of people
    who own stocks like VZ and other good div payers , who are plain vanilla middle class , and taxing
    divs actually hurts us .. sometimes what good for the wealthy is terrific for the not wealty , but
    slick talkers , like a community organizer , can get you to root for the wrong team ... garce

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    • I don't understand why anyone would continue to believe that liar OB who says the middle class won't see any tax increase. What a crock of #$%$!!!! I guess the middle class are really dumbed up these days to have voted for this green horn? So much for the educational system. Capital gains, dividends, health care... Etc.....let us count the ways! For all you filthy rich VZ holders, keep those shares in your IRAs or else the tax will rise from 15 to 43 percent.

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