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Early Tea Leaves?

naacp_now Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 7:17 PM
Card-carrying Republicans, dupes of the Republican party and Republican miscreants are instructed to say one of the problems that led to the 2008 financial meltdown was that Wall Street was 'forced' to re-value their crummy and decrepid Credit Default Swaps. This re-valuing led to a panic on these companies which hurt their ability to meet their daily borrowing needs and also squeezed their debt to equity ratios. These Repubtards are wrong again. Life is all about being marked to market. See below..........
naacp_now Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 7:17 PM
You work in a defense contracting company with cushy no-bid contractors using obsolete engineering skills making the big bucks. You get let go from your cushy job at the cushy defense contracting firm, will you salary be 'marked to market' in the truly dreaded private sector?

You eat too much over the holidays. You weigh yourself after the holidays. Do you weigh the same as before or will the scale 'mark' you to 'market?'

You used to be a fine long distance runner. Over time you gain weight and forget to exercise. You run again, you will be 'mark' you to 'market.'

Election Day is typically rather frustrating for political junkies because "today's the day!" quickly gives way to "ugh, the polls don't close for hours."  In the interim, we latch onto reports of voting disruptions and anecdotal turnout reports, which are promptly spun into  broader lessons about what to expect later that night.  Most of it amounts to frivolous time-fillers.  To help pass the time, let's see if we can examine a few tea leaves as voters head to the polls:

(1) As Kevin noted last night, the tiny town of Dixville Notch, NH cast the first votes on...

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