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In Despair, New York Times Pens Suicide Note

Illbay Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 10:15 AM
The problem with pronouncing the economy "cured" is, people don't see it reflected in their daily lives. Even if there is any truth to it, the vast majority of VOTERS aren't feeling it. It's one thing to say, like Bill Clinton did, that "it's the worst economy in 50 years" when it's nowhere near that; people can be persuaded that "I'm doing okay, but I hear the folks on my street aren't!" But you're not going to put a shiny gloss on a real t*** of an economy and have anyone admire it.
Don't Tread On Me3 Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 10:44 AM
I promise you that after inauguration day, assuming Romney wins & the economy looks little better than it does now, it will no longer be called a "recovery" by the pop media but a DEPRESSION, THE ROMNEY DEPRESSION.
Don't Tread On Me3 Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 10:44 AM
I promise you that after inauguration day, assuming Romney wins & the economy looks little better than it does now, it will no longer be called a "recovery" by the pop media but a DEPRESSION, THE ROMNEY DEPRESSION.

The common stock of the New York Times (NYSE: NYT) plunged from $10.87 last week to a close of $8.19 on Friday after the liberal mouthpiece announced that its 3rd quarter net income dropped 85 percent.

While analysts are blaming soft advertising revenues, I think something more ominous is happening at America’s national, bleeding-heart newspaper.

For sure, advertising revenues are dropping nationally as economic conditions have deteriorated over the last two quarters.

Newspapers in general are struggling still as advertisers turn more money over to digital. Unlike newspaper display ads, which are just dead print on a...