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The Damn Will Break Soon

aerskine Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 4:12 AM
I respect Charles Payne. I despise Obama and the Democrats and all the stupid short-sighted ignorant conservatives who by refusing to vote for Mitt Romney, one of the finest men to ever seek the office, those pathetic conservatives voted for a Chicago thug Marxist anti-American who will destroy our nation. President Charles Payne sounds damn good to me.
hiimterry Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 3:20 PM
"Mitt Romney, one of the finest men to ever seek the office..."

Haaaaaahahahahahahahaha!!!!! Hyperbole much?
AJ4USA Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 5:49 PM
Obama has won every election by finding dirt on his opponent. It's his MO. He could not run on his record so you know he had all hands on deck to find the dirt on Romney. There wasn't any....and then consider all his donated time and money...up to 30% of his income to charity...try that hiimterry! He is one of the finest men to ever seek this office.
SpaceVegetable Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 6:25 PM
Makes you wonder what liberals consider fine and upstanding in a person. You have a guy who doesn't smoke, drink, or cheat on his wife; who donates large portions of his income to charity; who doesn't take a salary for his work in public office... and they don't consider that to be a good thing? I guess they prefer the guy who smokes, did drugs, lies to Americans, does end runs around the will of the people via executive orders, insults business people and those who have earned success....
hiimterry Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 9:49 AM
Look, I believe he is a good man. He is definitely ten times the man Obama is. But, one of the finest men ever to seek the office? That's just going overboard. In the 236 years of our history there have been enough good men who have sought the presidency that Romney does not even rate.

For the market, Obama's re-election means relying on cheap money and overseas growth as the best underpinnings for higher stock prices.

Sure, the domestic economy is positioned to move higher, but I think it will stumble along, and in fact, could crash from political squabbling and doubling down on policies too harsh on success. Looking at the roots of the economy, small businesses and entrepreneurship, you see them drying up fast. People are not starting businesses, small businesses that are already going concerns can't raise money, and the damn will break soon releasing more rules and regulations and taxes.