printing money today,
found a company this morning that is the most promising investment I have seen in 10 years, it is a small cap 200 million dollar company, I'm driving the stock price buying it up (today) so I've got to back off for a while, I've only got a third of my position built. When I get close to being full in a week or two I'll release it to friends and family, remind me in a month or so and I'll email you the idea, this idea is to valuable to let the mouth breathers know what it is until it has at least doubled. This is easily a 5 bagger in the next 3 years unless they get bought out first. cheers, don't let the tin foil hats get you down, they got no other life then #$%$.
Course Georgie's crimes were much worse responsible for over a million deaths, by emasculating the U.S. army he also caused Syria, so he is responsible for another 300k deaths there,
When Georgie invaded Iraq there were 3 million Christians living there in peace, down to 500k now.
Wonder if they will convict him like they did George W?
spent the weekend skiing, some great snow days, I see my minion deadpainting with all his misspelled alias had a great weekend stuck in the nursing home. Poor shut in.
How's that stand your ground thingy working out for you tea billies, LOL Dunn got off right (well except for the 60 years he has to serve, LOL)
9-11 was Obama's fault
"What he (Obama) should be doing is following the right things that Bush did -- one of the right things he did was treat this as a war on terror. We had no domestic attacks under Bush. We've had one under Obama," Giuliani said.
TOM the rich do have more votes
The class war is over, the rich have won.
Billionaire tech mogul Tom Perkins, who compared the treatment of the one percent to the Holocaust, says the Americans who pay the highest taxes should get the most votes in elections.
“The Tom Perkins system is: You don’t get to vote unless you pay a dollar of taxes. But what I really think is, it should be like a corporation. You pay a million dollars in taxes, you get a million votes. How’s that?” Perkins announced during a meeting at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco Thursday.
He repeatedly told the audience, however, that the one percent is severely underrated.
"I don't think people have any idea what the 1 percent is actually contributing to America," he said.
One thing they definitely contribute to is political campaigns. In 2012, one percent of the one percent contributed more than 40 percent of all the money spent in the elections. In 1980, they gave only 15 percent, according to ThinkProgress.
In a Wall Street Journal piece last month Perkins alleged there is a war on the one percent of Amerians who control 35.6 percent of the nation’s total wealth.
“I would call attention to the parallels of #$%$ Germany to its war on its ‘one percent,’ namely its Jews, to the progressive war on the American one percent, namely the ‘rich,;” he wrote.
From 1979 to 2007, the top one percent of families had a 278 percent increase in their after-tax income. Middle class families saw an increase of less than 40 percent, according to the White House Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers Alan B. Krueger.
LOL world class stupid, LOL but you can thank Bush for not allowing any terrorist attacks on U.S. soil while he was President right?
They understand that they need actors to make up false stories cause all the other "real" stories they have used have been proven false.
Americans for Prosperity is up with a new ad ripping Senator Landrieu over Obamacare. It features a number of people lamenting lost coverage and higher premiums. But as ABC News reports, all those folks were actors.
That would be par for the course — lots of political ads feature actors — but for one thing. The Koch-backed Americans for Prosperity is also planning to lobby state legislators hard to oppose the Medicaid expansion, which is supported by Senator Landrieu and will be debated by the state legislature this spring. Supporters say it could expand coverage to up to 300,000 people.
In short, Americans for Prosperity is up with a major TV ad buy featuring fake victims of Obamacare, while planning a major lobbying effort to block Obamacare’s benefits from reaching untold numbers of real people.
This sort of thing seems to happen again and again in various forms. Obamacare foes hyped the CBO report as proof two million victims would be thrown out of work, but it turned out it actually found those not working as a result of the law would be doing so by choice. Bette in Spokane was featured in the GOP response to the State of the Union as a victim of lost coverage, but it turned out she hadn’t availed herself of Obamacare’s options. As Brian Beutler put it, the big story is that Republicans have actively “fed a stream of bogus horror stories” about the law, while doing everything possible to discourage people like Bette from enjoying the law’s benefits — in effect, creating such horror stories.
Upping the ante, Senator Corker yesterday released this statement, saying: “Should the workers vote against the UAW, Volkswagen will announce in the coming weeks that it will manufacture its new midsized SUV here in Chattanooga.”
That was quickly disputed by Frank Fischer, chairman and CEO of Volkswagen Chattanooga. He said: “There is no connection between our Chattanooga employees’ decision about whether to be represented by a union and the decision about where to build a new product.”
yeah it has nothing to do with the weather or the fact that natural gas, which 70% of homes use to heat has tripled in price. It has nothing to do with the GOP cutting unemployment insurance by 30 billion dollars that would have been used at Walmart. It is definitely Obamacare which by reducing healthcare costs by an average of 30% has caused people to stop buying products and instead bury the money in coffee cans in front of their double wides. Not to mention Obamacare caused this giant snow storm.
The options were expensive when you bought them, they have very little time remaining, people buying them were looking for downside protection from a big earnings miss. Having reported and the stock has traded down but the earnings "event" is over so the implied volatility of your option has declined significantly since there is little or no event likely to occur with the company before your option expires.