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  • forthoselearning forthoselearning Sep 6, 2013 9:45 AM Flag

    NUTTY ACTIONS TAKEN BY OBAMA, KILLING ONCS STOCK????

    It seems due to the very unfriendly actions taken by a american president, actions promoting a radical anti- america message from our own white house is harming those whom under normal times would be anxious to support "capitalism , but now are afraid of the actions and talk of a person sounding like a "enemy" of the "american economic system" ,seems obama would be more comfrontable in china, cuba, or russia!!
    he seems so completely "out of place" in a freedom loving america!!!
    impeachment, anyone""""" ,better get busy!! Now is the time!!

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    • chadbrucato@gmail.com chadbrucato Sep 6, 2013 11:00 AM Flag

      In other news, anyone know where I can buy an INO and ONCS bumper stickers? :P

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • This is a stock board just to let you know. But lets just make a couple quick points. We have never been purely capitalistic society. If you're saying he is killing ONCS stock, well just look at how the market has performed under Obama, record highs. And I really dont remember him making any anti american comments. America is about being able to say what you want, hence your ability to spew your blather. There is still a communist party in the US FYI. But you have every right to criticize our president. He has done what i feel are many wrongs, though I am sure we would disagree on what his mistakes have been.

 
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