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An Attitude Adjustment

inTune Wrote: Jul 18, 2014 12:33 AM
What are you suggesting? It seems if an investor is properly diversified, and is dollar cost averaging into his investments, a yawn is the best response. I think there is a consensus among researchers that most investors get out near the bottom of a down market, and fail to get back in at the start of the subsequent recovery, And that failure to get back in includes many who were astute enough to get out of the market before the crash or correction.
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Can Christianity In The West Endure?

inTune Wrote: May 28, 2014 7:16 PM
thank you
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GOP Intra-Party Reciprocity Is Essential

inTune Wrote: Nov 07, 2013 9:24 PM
Intra-party reciprocity! Like Christie sabotaging Romney after Hurreicane Sandy? Like Christie refusing to campaign for Cuccinelli even after it became obvious he only needed a little boost to win? If Romney had won the election 2012 election, Christie's chances of ever running for president would have been greatly diminished: Romney runs again in 2016 for a second term, and if he wins, his VP Ryan is the favorite for 2020. So when opportunity presented itself with Hurricane Sandy, Christie sabotaged Romney with his embrace of Obama. Now the biggest threat to Christie's ambitions is the Tea Party and other ideological conservatives, many of whom aren't likely to forget Christie's 2012 betrayal, the way conservatives never forgave Nelson Rockefeller for betraying Barry Goldwater in 1964 ( and no one even thought then that it cost Goldwater the election). Christie's best chance of avoiding Rockefeller's fate is convincing enough Republicans only a moderate like him can win the presidency. So why would Christie help a conservative, Tea Party favorite win a dramatic upset, and strengthen his nemesis, the Tea party and other staunch conservatives? Plus, if Cuccinelli still lost after Christie campaigned for him, it would diminish Christie's aura of invincibility. There was nothing in it for Christie, Either way he'd lose. I don't see any intra-party reciprocity in Christie's actions. Just what benefits Chris Christie
If Romney had won the election Christie's chances of ever running for president would have been greatly diminished: Romney runs again in 2016 for a second term, and if he wins, his VP Ryan is the favorite for 2020. So when opportunity presented itself with Hurricane Sandy, Christie sabotaged Romney with his embrace of Obama. Now the biggest threat to Christie's ambitions is the Tea Party and other ideological conservatives, many of whom aren't likely to forget Christie's 2012 betrayal, the way conservatives never forgave Rockefeller for betraying Goldwater in 1964 ( and no one even thought then that it cost Goldwater the election). Christie's best chance of avoiding Rockefeller's fate is convincing enough Republicans only a moderate like him can win the presidency. So why would Christie help a conservative, Tea Party favorite win a dramatic upset, and strengthen his nemesis, the Tea party and other staunch conservatives? Plus, if Cuccinelli still lost after Christie campaigned for him, it would diminish Christie's aura of invincibility. there was nothing in it for Christie, Either way he'd lose.
Plus, if Cuccinelli still lost after Christie campaigned for him, it would diminish Christie's aura of invincibility. there was nothing in it for Christie, Either way he'd lose.
If Romney had won the election Christie's chances of ever running for president would have been greatly diminished: Romney runs again in 2016 for a second term, and if he wins, his VP Ryan is the favorite for 2020. So when opportunity presented itself with Hurricane Sandy, Christie sabotaged Romney with his embrace of Obama. Now the biggest threat to Christie's ambitions is the Tea Party and other ideological conservatives, many of whom aren't likely to forget Christie's 2012 betrayal, the way conservatives never forgave Rockefeller for betraying Goldwater in 1964 ( and no one even thought then that it cost Goldwater the election). Christie's best chance of avoiding Rockefeller's fate is convincing enough Republicans only a moderate like him can win the presidency. So why would Christie help a conservative, Tea Party favorite win a dramatic upset, and strengthen his nemesis, the Tea party and other staunch conservatives?
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Is Christie the One?

inTune Wrote: Nov 07, 2013 7:28 PM
Remember Nelson Rockefeller? And no one thought Rockefeller cost Goldwater the election in 1964.
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O'Reilly On the Outsourcing Controversy

inTune Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 9:20 PM
RE:This outsourcing and free trade allows US companies to grow, propser and create US jobs; all while bringing desired goods and services to the competitive market. You can't prove US companies are growing and prospering by the S&P500, which is lower in inflated 2012 dollars than it was in 2000. And you can't prove US jobs are being created by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which reports there are fewer jobs today than in 2001.
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