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You mean like the way CEO's expect the government to bail them out when they screw up. They then walk away with millions from their golden parachutes while the hard working employees are left with nothing. Isn't what Reagan did with his failed Trickle Down Economic plan for the wealthy a form of Socialism? What has happened to the middle class since this Reagan catastrophe opened the flood gates to allow companies to shut good paying factories in this country and move those jobs to China! The ratio of CEO pay to average worker in the 70's was around 30 to 1 today it's around 2 to 3 THOUSAND to 1. I call this Socialism for the wealthy.
I thought GW only mispronounced nuculur but you say moose-lum as well, too funny.
Go back and read what happened to GM shareholders after they filed for bankruptcy back in 2009. Spoiler alert, you won't like it.
Here's my advice, find another broker! It is hard enough trying to predict the price of oil day to day so saying oil will be $80 by year end is nothing more than very wild speculation. I doubt Line will remain solvent much longer. The gears are already spinning toward a restructuring and longs will be wiped out. To add insult to losing all your equity you could also be hit with round two of the dreaded UBTI tax next year. There has to be better companies to invest in right now in this space.
I agree and I also know that Scarlet Johansson and Charlize Theron will be picking me up in their limmo tonight to take me to their private hot tub party. I can't wait.
Hey bubba Reagan sure did legislate wealth for the one percenters with his trickle down voodoo economics! He also INCREASED the federal workforce by SIXTY THOUSAND, increased the debt from $700 billion to $3 trillion, tried UNSUCCESSFULLY to cut Social Security benefits for the elderly but caved into Congress and eventually increased benefits by $165 billion while he MASSIVELY expanded the Pentagon budget. Did I mention he increased taxes ELEVEN TIMES! Reagan also raised the gas tax and signed the largest corporate tax increase in US history! Maybe you should look up the definition of legislate bubba. It really amazes me how well Republicans use selective amnesia when they talk about the amazing Ronald Reagan legacy.
Obama has added $6.463 trillion to the $11.657 trillion debt level he inherited from President Bush not the $9 trillion you state. I don't believe "The Good Republican" is giving you accurate non-biased information bubba. So if you subtract Obama's $6.4 trillion from your projected $20 trillion it takes you right back to that $13.5 trillion level I originally stated the republicans were responsible for bubba. BTW I thought "good Christians" weren't allowed to call people names such as idiot. Maybe you need to re-program your calculator before spouting off in the future. Remember this Mark Twain quote bubba, “It's better to keep your mouth shut and appear stupid than open it and remove all doubt.”
The majority of this countries debt is on the hands of Republicans. Reagan on the hook for $1.86 trillion. Then HW Bush added $1.55 trillion, total so far: $3.4 trillion. Then Clinton took over. You don't get a reset back to zero when you are sworn in
and the national debt is like a mortgage, and so the bigger it is, the more interest must be paid on it. Without the extra Reagan-Bush $3.4 trillion, there would have been a few hundred billion less in interest on the debt every year under Clinton. That interest adds another $2.3 trillion to the Reagan-Bush debt. Then GW increased it by $6.1 trillion to $11.8 trillion. The interest on that has been increasing the debt under Obama as well so the total Reagan-Bushes debt is now $13.5 trillion.
Actually a lot of problems started with Reagan back in the 80's if you REALLY want to get to the beginning of our debt issues and the huge gap that exists between the super wealthy and the middle class and lower. The debt increased by over 180% during the Reagan years and before you place the blame on Carter understand that the majority of the debt increase was the result of a HUGE increase in military spending as well as his failed Trickle Down Economics plan that resulted in large increases in corporate profits that never trickled down to the worker bee's. The ratio of pay between the CEO's and janitors back in the late 70's was around 30 times it now sits at around 2 to 3 THOUSAND times. The Middle Class and the jobs that created the Middle Class were the result of Collective Bargaining through the Unions. Reagan fired the first shot of the war against Unions when he fired the Air Traffic Controllers and opened the door to export the manufacturing jobs with his Free Trade deal. A short time later GE and other large American companies started shutting Union factories here and started building them in China. No one seemed to notice or care until it was too late.
Back to the debt issue, So $1.86 trillion for Reagan. Then HW Bush added $1.55 trillion. Total so far: $3.4 trillion. Then Clinton took over.
Now the national debt is like a mortgage, and so the bigger it is, the more interest must be paid on it. Without the extra Reagan-Bush $3.4 trillion, there would have been a few hundred billion less in interest on the debt every year under Clinton. That interest adds another $2.3 trillion to the Reagan-Bush debt. Then GW increased it by $6.1 trillion to $11.8 trillion. The interest on that has been increasing the debt under Obama as well so the total Reagan-Bushes debt is now $13.5 trillion. Also understand the poor state of the economy took a lot of tax revenue away from the government when Obama took office and he also inherited a budget deficit of 1.3 TRILLION.
GW was first President in US history to CUT taxes while starting TWO wars, not good economics.
Take that cash to Vegas, at least you'll have more fun losing it there and you'll get a free drunk as well.
If gas goes to $45 bucks we are all in a lot of trouble. I guess I will be shopping for a Tesla. Be careful with Line it might not survive the month.
Well we aren't headed for a depression and losing 8 HUNDRED THOUSAND JOBS a month either.
More like a virus in your short account. Some people never learn, try following the money instead of shorting it. Better yet try mutual funds, they might be better suited for your experience level of investing.