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Chris1528 Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 3:54 PM
Just read my Kiplinger Letter and it claims an Obama win. Seems like I remember the last few elections they called it right also. I had been feeling Romney was on his way to a convincing win. Please, someone tell me how wrong they are.
restoreliberty Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 8:46 PM
The stock market is one sector of our economy, called the financial sector, it does not and cannot employee 23 million people out of work. I'm pretty certain that Kiplinger is referring to historical trends based on the stock market, however, there is no historical trend for an over evaluated stock market, a stagnant employment situation, a collapsed real estate market, a failed anti-American foreign policy, and 4 dead American the president watched die before telling help to stand down and then trotting off for a good night's sleep before his fund raising event the next day.
You want good news about the election? Start with Rove.

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Nate Silver predicts that there is a 87.342% chance you will read both because people following this election read everything.

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