Hillary will be just fine. She will eat whoever survives the right wing primaries because they will tear each other up and expose their wackiness for all to see. This is all noise that is being orchestrated by the RNC and will blow over. It's a long way to November 2016. Obamas numbers are improving every month and the Republicans won't have much to complain about. The Democrats also will always have Bush and 2008 to fall back on if needed. The American people will not want to travel backwards again.
I'm sure you have a lot of experience in this area. The first sign is repeating something over and over hoping for a different result the next time, such as predicting the price of a particular stock and never getting it right.
I've got an 870 with the real wood stock, owned it since early 70's and it still looks brand new. Best shotgun ever made.
He never went to the beach, so no sand to draw a line in. GW spent all his spare time at that fake cattle ranch in Crawford, Texas. How do you call something a cattle ranch if it doesn't have any cattle? He bought it right before the election he and his brother Jeb stole from Gore because the RNC wanted him to be a cowboy but he never rode a horse and was actually afraid of them. You really couldn't have made this stuff up even if you were writing a sci fi novel which is precisely what his political career really was, a sci fi novel.
Poll: 50% say Obama's been a success. They are finally seeing the light.
As the political world's focus begins to turn to the race to succeed President Barack Obama, a new CNN/ORC poll finds Americans are split over whether Obama's time in office has been a success. But they are now more likely than at any point during his tenure to say things in the country are going well.
In February 2009, shortly after Obama took office, 21% of Americans said things in the country were going well, 79% that they were going badly.
The new poll finds 53% saying things are going well, 46% badly. That's the highest share saying things are going well that CNN/ORC polls have found during Obama's time in office, though it is not significantly higher than the 52% saying things were going well in November.
The rising optimism about how the country is doing comes after several months of strong economic news. The current unemployment rate of 5.5% is the lowest of his presidency, and although average gas prices -- often closely tied with public perceptions of the economy -- are slightly higher than they were a few months ago, they remain lower than they were a year ago.
Perceptions of the success of Obama's presidency after six years in office falls in between ratings of his two immediate predecessors. Just 39% said they considered George W. Bush's presidency a success in January 2007, 55% considered it a failure. Bill Clinton, by contrast, was broadly deemed successful, with 77% calling his time in office a success as of January 1999 and 20% calling it a failure.
Perceptions of Obama as a strong and decisive leader, as someone who can manage the government effectively and can get the economy moving again have also recently rebounded somewhat. The share who see Obama as a strong leader has grown from 48% last July to 53% now. On the economy, 51% see Obama as someone who can get it moving again, up from 46% a year ago.
The leadership representing both parties in Congress fares worse than the President. Nearly two-thirds (63%) disapprove of the Democratic leaders in Congress, while 74% disapprove of the Republican leadership. That's worse than in March 2011, when 64% said they disapproved of GOP leadership a few months after the party took control of the U.S. House of Representatives.
So he's a 38 year old virgin. If he hold's out for a couple more years he could make a non-fiction version of the 40 year old virgin. If you haven't spoken to him in years how do you know he is still pristine? Scarlett said she never heard of him, I tried.
I know you have a hard time focusing on reality but to be able to sell a stock you actually have to own it first, but I'll play the imaginary game if you like. Great trade Sheepster, wink wink.
Let's see Wooly Wonder, one year ago Apple was trading at $73.05. What's it trading at today?
129.15 Up 2.11(1.66%) 3:25PM EDT
Another amazing call, how do you do it.
Good for you. Scarlett Johansson is picking me up in her limo in a few hours and I'll be sure to tell her how amazing you are at trading stocks. She loves to talk about stocks.