Bagger types have been at this game for a long time. After Bill Clinton was elected in 1992, Steve Forbes was so certain the market would crash, he advised readers of "Forbes" magazine to remove their funds from Wall Street and invest them in Japan. Result?
The Japanese market crashed to half its value within a few years and Bill Clinton and Al Gore led this United States of America to the greatest bull market in history! Steve Forbes was still regarded as a serious presidential candidate in Republican primaries until after the 2000 election.
The website Mediaite conducted a survey of cable news hosts from CNN, Fox News and MSNBC which asked respondents to rank their colleagues from best to worst. Unsurprisingly (or, perhaps, surprisingly since Bill O’Reilly was nominated in the same category), Sean Hannity was voted Worst Host on Fox News.
Hannity was really sad and mad about it and had to stomp around Twitter to cool off.
Gas prices lower, increased employment figures, great Presidential leadership.
Hats off to President Obama and Democrats in Congress!
McConnell isn't even coherent on the ACA. He told Kentuckians they can keep their Kynect plans, but he will vote to defund and abolish the ACA.
So far the rwnjs seem to be winning. I don't see any path to victory for the sane ones.
Reagan deserved his shellacking.
Obama has the DJIA bumping up close to 18K.
Republican politicians are such dolts. Dumb as tree stumps, imnsho.
Thanks to President Obama and the Democratic members of Congress!
No thanks to the Do-Nothing Boehner House of Representatives trying to keep this country in the Stone Age.
Rethugs oppose abortions until their sisters and daughters get pregnant, when second thoughts kick in.
Yes, they both appear to be the same jerk
According to Mitt Rmoney, only 47% of Americans agree with you RWNJs.
JFK was President in the 1960s, when federal tax rates topped out at above 45%. What JFK said then made good sense in the context of high income and estate tax rates, but not after the Bush tax cuts and the Iraq War have created huge federal deficits.
OTOH, every dollar added to the federal deficit as a result of foolish policies like the Iraq invasion and the Bush tax cuts, is another dollar borrowed from people who would otherwise be spending] and investing their money to create more jobs.