Maybe so but this board's shorts ALWAYS get excited and add positions at the bottom. This week is probably green now and/or we go nowhere until next Wednesday (FOMC).
And now they're pleading for the SEC to get involved to stop the "manipulation".
His primary source is Zero Hedge, this board and the ZH comments section. He is a total clown.
There is actually a greater difference between the two than at any time in US history. You are a conspiracy junkie. Go back to getting your daily news from Zero Hedge or better yet GO TO ECUADOR OR ANY OTHER PLACE YOU PROMISED TO GO TO REPEATEDLY.
One victory at a time. This is a big one. Yes, the innate culture of liberalism needs to die. In some areas (abortion, feminism, big government, healthcare, etc.) it seems to be dying but in others (drug legalization, being gay) it is getting worse. Men have also been emasculated in this country.
It shows how unpopular liberalism and Barry have become. If Manchin switches parties and King caucuses with the GOP, that's 57 seats, which is close to a filibuster proof. The GOP has a few tough seats to defend in 2016 (WI, PA, IL) so they need to build as big a lead as possible.
The only realistic pick up for the GOP in 2016 is NV (Henry Reid is going down this time) although others like CO could be taken.
Today's polling averages reported by Real Clear Politics show Republicans likely to win at least 53 senate seats and with in reach of possibly winning the New Hampshire and North Carolina seats, which would build a 55 seat majority in the U.S. Senate. Several other incumbent Democrat senators are also polling below 50 percent despite having double digit leads over their Republican challengers. The latest UnSkewed Polls projection of the Senate races shows Republicans gaining eight seats to win a 53 seat U.S. Senate majority.
Among those 12 seats, as projected above, Democrats would win three of them while Republicans would win nine. In total, this would leave the senate projected with 47 Democrats (including the two Independents that caucus with them), 53 Republicans.
Republicans could also put North Carolina and Iowa into their column between now and November, as both those races remain close in the polls but are leaning Democrat. If states like New Hampshire and North Carolina go Republican, it could signal a “wave” election for Republican Senate candidates in November and a majority potentially as large #$%$ seats. Rumors of Maine Independent Senator Angus King, who caucuses with the Democrats as of now, but has endorsed Maine's other Senator, Republican Susan Collins, caucusing with the Republicans in the next session of the Senate could expand that majority. Additionally, West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin, who sees his state rapidly becoming more Republican in its voting patters, is rumored to be seriously considering becoming a Republican if the Senate majority is won by the GOP. That could grow the majority to as many as 57 Republican members of the 100 member U.S. Senate.
No. You have said repeatedly that you are GOING to these places. For instance, you said you would be GONE for a week to GO to Ecuador. I did not misread anything. You mistold.
I would've thought temperature futes were your specialty. LOL! Get it?
Honest? More like fraudulent
Insightful? To religious fanatics of your climate change/doomsday religion perhaps
Courageous? You sit on this board posting nonsense 24/7. You are a coward. Also, you said YESTERDAY that you were going to Google, Abu Dabi or some other place today and yet you're here ONCE AGAIN. And then you wonder why no one believes you.
Puddy, why don't you buy pumpkin futures and sell them in January like Homer did. Pumpkin futures... lol.
Reminds me of Pud with Bitcoin.
The event took place in PG County, which is 70% black too. Barry is a disaster and this is further proof that he's a complete and utter failure. Even blacks are starting to hate him.