Well we know from our experience with inexperienced senator bonobo (not to mention the nut job McCain), drawing candidates from the senatorial pool is a complete disaster.
By Reagan and the requirements of the job, the gubernatorial pool seems to provide a good proving ground for successful leadership.
In 2008, I was leaning toward Kasich, but since then he seems to have just given up and succumbed to being a religious lib. Walker might be a good guy, but to get them over the top, they need charisma, quick on their feet-ism and a Reaganesque way of making the tard media look like the fools they are.
That's what the media likes to get behind. Being made a fool.
When the temperatures drop "unpredictably", they change "man made global warming" to "man made global climate change".
If temperatures were to remain constant, they would call it "man made global climate same".
Regardless it's man's fault and therefore Bush's fault.
bonobo only stigmatizes capitalism and being responsible for yourself and your family.
"Ask NOT what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country." ~ JFK
"Ask NOT what you can do for yourself, but what your country can do for you." ~ bonobo
Either C sucks or the board does. Which is it?
On a more provocative note, as much as a poosey as Boehner is, he probably made the right decision, knowingly or not, to compromise on the budget.
Politics can't be a winner take all tug of war between tards and conservatives, it's a chess match. When you don't have control of the majority of power, you're not going to win by brute force. You have to be thinking several moves ahead to get back into power. If that means laying low for now, avoiding a
diversion (on the budget) from bonobo's imploding bonobocare in order to take back power later, so be it. When they do retake power, Bhoener, and his lieutenants should be the first to go and fix the things the tards screwed up.
And sissy Chrissy, Santorum, Huckabee and similar dolts need not apply.
Indubitably. I wasn't in a position to look it up and didn't want to hose up the guy's name. It's a phenomena at work before our very eyes. The organisms closest to the spigot prosper the most.
C is very close to the spigot, and its performance is mediocre at best. What happens when the spigot is turned off?
You don't need a CFO poll to know that. The stock market reflects it. But the stock market is only up because of the Fed, who is propping up the market at the destruction of the dollar.
Main street isn't benefitting. By jimmies' disproportionate inflation distribution effect (don't recall the spelling, starts with a C) corporations and the poor will do well, while the middle class bears the cost.
This can't be good news for anyone with a $60 price target, let alone a $200 one.
You left off....
"February 2009, he got $831 billion of stimulus spending. ..seismographs can't detect the results. Every speech he outputs about "middle-class folks" offers them the same solutions: more public spending on education, on public infrastructure projects and, even now, on alternative energy. ... monthly unemployment-rate announcement on Friday mornings is a day of dread.
A normal post-recession growth rate of at least 4% would have made it possible for bonobo and his progressive allies to chase virtually any pie-in-the-sky [tard] policy they wanted. Instead, the U.S. has fallen far off normal 3.3% growth rate. [under Reagan 5 to10%]
A U.S. president, faced with such devastating labor-market problems and persistently weak growth, should do anything—anything—that will give the American workplace more lift. Instead, he's willing to entertain just one idea: more federal spending.
You know the theory here: Spend a public dollar and you get $1.50 of economic output. hasn't happened, [it doesn't work on welfare] but bonobo is gonna try to [misapply] 1930's Keynesian Multiplier, ...
.....a partial list of the public-policy decisions....to a job-starved U.S. economy:
The no-decision on the Keystone XL pipeline...; the 2,000-page regulatory law draped in 2010 across the entire financial sector; the shutdown in 2010 and then the slow-walking of offshore oil drilling; siccing the EPA on the utilities industry and the National Labor Relations Board on all industry; a 2010 FCC decision to regulate Internet growth; a significant tax increase this year; support this month for jacking up the federal minimum wage to over $10, certain to smother new jobs; the Justice Department's $13 billion looting of J.P. Morgan JPM +0.80% bank; and of course Hurricane ObamaCare.
bonobo has the U.S. economy on lockdown. American resilience & elections, mean it won't stay this way forever. but far too long for a lot of poor and middle-class folks, living in mom's basement...."
A. There is no agreement. Tards won't agree to increasing military spending while cutting other areas of tard vote buying budget.
B. To those incapable of understanding the consequences of, let alone fearing, misapplied Keynesian spending, it's not germane.
C. Apparently the sequester hasn't had any impact on the economy. We have the same anemic growth now (relative to bonobo's deficiit spending the economy's actually gotten a negative return) under tard policy that we've had since bonobo took office. That's largely because the tards' policy of deficit spending on welfare is a net loss to GDP.
Your and the bonobo supporter in general's flippant almost gay ideological attitude about the mismanagement of tax payers' money certainly supports the hypothesis that tard ignorance is bliss.
That would explain why C is at your $200 price target now. Somebody has "sent you for some (college) education", wmffk2?
You're right, I don't remember.
I usually relegate "cluelessness" to those that claim C is going to a market cap multiples of the largest most profitable and therefore highest mc companies for no good fundamental reason. ie $100, $200,.. per share.
Since I don't know the entire conversation, I can't properly respond. I can say however, that C has seen its price north of $50 several times over the last 5 years, being here again is not much of an accomplishment. I guarantee there are a ton of stocks that have appreciated much more than C in the same time frame whatever that is. BAC is up 50% in the last year. Performance is kind of depends on the time range selected. If C doesn't outperform the indexes, it would be less risky just to own them. C is still down 90% from its all time high. And there isn't much in the near future to indicate it will rise much above the 5 year trading range.
Now if I had told you to stay away from NFLX, you might be in a position to crow.
Better rethink your thinking.
Rural electricification would not have been an issue were it not for the capitalistic system that brought the light bulb. What did the poor do for the 150 years before the light bulb? Why no fdrphones like the current tard's bonobophones? Because it's all just the left's attempts to not do what's best for the country (electrification would have happened everywhere eventually anyway through the free market) or the poor (giving them free phones, free contraceptives,...does nothing to fix their long term situation like say providing a prosperous economy so they can get a good job), but to buy votes with inadequate welfare bandaids that bound them to government enslavement. The elderly and disabled is one thing, the able bodied poor should not be encouraged through policy to do the same things that got them in their situation in the first place.
What we had prior to bonobocare was Reagan's,...
"Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act...." What we've had from the tards is the exponential growth of medicaid for, not for elderly or disabled, but the able bodied poor.
Romney was the lessor of evils. Republicans wanted actual medical care cost reduction to occur through competition at the state level. bonobocare does nothing to address that, although it was sold with a sole intent of reducing costs. We didn't get that because tards had to ram something through while they had both houses to see what's in it. The republicans wanted tort reform to limit malpractice insurance costs. There weren't these ridiculous law suit payoffs back in FDR's time. And then free market competition,...Better to let the cream rise to the top of 50 systems than commit to one big huge costly disastrous mistake that is bonobocare.
The non-nationalized home or car insurance system has worked just fine.
Aren't you that quack with the genetically inferior fatassdaughter who needs dialysis?
What do you tards consider real insurance?
Forcing all to cover minor expenses like contraceptives & puttblugs,.... religiously sensitive elective procedures like abortions,....while paying 3 times the price for the premium and 3 times the deductible?
Set aside in order to get support, Americans were lied to,... that "if they liked their plan they could keep it, if they liked their doctor they could keep him, and in fact premiums for the average family would go down by $2500 per year",... when it comes to killing babies, you inferior #$%$ gewishfecks claim it's a matter of a right to choice,....
...but when it comes to healthcare and healthcare insurance, choice is not an option.
he's a hypocritical racist.
Thatcher was a reliable ally. Comrade mandela wasn't squat to the US.
Have some faith. (And I don't mean the religious kind.) Conservatism wasn't real popular when Reagan was elected the first time. Bush didn't do it any favors. It just needs a quick on his feet charismatic spokesman who doesn't wear religion on his shirt sleeve. Something we've been seriously lacking the last couple of decades. Alter Boy Rick Santorum isn't it. And Lard Fatwad Chrissy Sissy SuckupChristie certainly isn't.
"Indeed, millennials are not so hot on their president. Obama's approval rating among young Americans is just 41 percent, down 11 points from a year ago, and now tracking with all adults. While 55 percent said they voted for Obama in 2012, only 46 percent said they would do so again.
When asked if they would want to recall various elected officials, 45 percent of millennials said they would oust their member of Congress; 52 percent replied "all members of Congress" should go; and 47 percent said they would recall Obama. The recall-Obama figure was even higher among the youngest millennials, ages 18 to 24, at 52 percent.
While there is no provision for a public recall of U.S. presidents, the poll question revealed just how far Obama has fallen in the eyes of young Americans.
IOP director Trey Grayson called the results a "sea change" attributable to the generation's outsized and unmet expectations for Obama, as well as their concerns about the economy, Obamacare and government surveillance.
The survey of 2,089 young adults, spells trouble for the Affordable Care Act. The fragile economics underpinning the law hinge on the willingness of healthy, young Americans to forgo penalties and buy health insurance.
According to the poll, 57 percent of millennials disapprove of Obamacare, with 40 percent saying it will worsen their quality of care and a majority believing it will drive up costs. Only 18 percent say Obamacare will improve their care. Among 18-to-29-year-olds currently without health insurance, less than one-third say they're likely to enroll in the Obamacare exchanges."
I happen to catch some black she-tard on one of the talking head shows this morning saying the reason the millennials are unhappy with bonobo and bonobocare, is not that he is too progressive (tard speak for socialist), but not progressive enough.
That would explain why bonobo postponed bonobocare before the 2012 elections and for all but the middle class until after the 2014 elections.
Right. It must be that the downgrades from GS & Deutsche Bank were wrong.
"Goldman Sachs analyst Richard Ramsden on Tuesday downgraded Citigroup to a neutral rating from a "buy" rating, writing in a client note that efficiency improvements and the continued wind-down of runoff subsidiary Citi Holdings was already baked into the share price. With "less 'low hanging fruit' to improve returns from here, we believe current valuation more accurately reflects Citi's core earnings power,""
"On Wednesday, Deutsche Bank analyst Matt O'Connor downgraded Citigroup to a "hold" rating from a "buy" rating, as part of his advice to investors to cut risk in advance of the Federal Reserve's tapering of "QE3" bond purchasesQE3 tapering, and in light of continued headline risk from regulatory actions such as the finalization of the Volcker Rule expected next week. O'Connor also lowered his price target for citi's shares"
It's the completely objective C 2.0 bank, BAC's, picks that were correct.
This kind of cluelessness is exactly how bonobo supporters support people like bonobo.
e.g. jasonbazarro world thinks C is going to $200. C11 thinks it's going to $1000.
This is the most important impact -
"Incomes that over the past decade have barely kept pace with inflation will not absorb the surging cost of health insurance that will come for many, if not most people, on Jan. 1."
We'll see businesses dependent on disposable income,... retail, ipods, durable goods,.... new homes, even healthcare (because of the high deductibles those who wouldn't pay for minor healthcare issues before bonobocare, certainly won't pay for them post bonobocare), have their revenues decline substantially only to be replaced with a substantial increase in revenues for insurance companies.
Regardless of how government controlled insurance is counted in the GDP number, ie a redistribution like welfare and therefore not counted, or part of consumption and counted, the GDP will decline and recession will ensue. As unbelievable as it may sound, the economy will eventually grow (more as a result of inflation rather than real growth) even slower than it currently has under bonobo and the tards.
In an attempt to boost the economy, government deficit spending will grow exponentially once again, debt will spiral up to 200% of GDP like it has in European economies. If China isn't buying our out of control debt (at what will be much higher rates), the government will be printing dollars. Inflation will be rampant. The welfare state will escalate. To counter the rise in social programs, the military will be cut substantially and the US will be more vulnerable than it has ever been.
Military contractors who historically invested in and developed new technology will have less need to do so. With little innovation, fewer products for new technology firms to design & bring to the market, and the huge and costly bureaucratic barriers to starting a small business, exports will be left to agricultural products.
More restrictions will be put on food products. Health food, supplements, "man made" climate change & other alchemic tard scams will enslave us further.