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Barack Obama will hopefully make a clean sweep of your industry and put you all out of business. Then we might see some prosperity in this country.

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awesome!!!!!!

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see how awesome my perma boo-boo is?

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Barack is going to destroy what built this country! Yes some things need repaired, but if you believe in this guy now.......You won't soon enough. I beleive hard work should be rewarded. He beleives hard work should benefit those that don't even participate. He is a recipe for DISASTER!
Barack
Free healthcare!! ya ya ya ya
Everyone stays in their home!! ya ya ya ya
Stock markets will go up!! ya ya ya ya
Free retirement!!!! ya ya ya ya ya ya
no new taxes!!! ya ya ya ya ya
And everyone will have a job!!!! ya ya ya ya ya
Me
What the fukc do we need jobs for?

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2012 - ROSS PEROT!

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Posts: 4   Posted: 16 March 2007 at 6:16pm
Make it 39 lenders now down the tube. 3/4 of my pipeline is subprime, geez. This keeps going like this, my lender list is going to be non-existent and I'll definitely be struggling. I wonder if the Fire Department is hiring?

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Jr Indy wrote:howboutshoeshine wrote:Barack is going to destroy what built this country! Yes some things need repaired, but if you believe in this guy now.......You won't soon enough. I beleive hard work should be rewarded. He beleives hard work should benefit those that don't even participate. He is a recipe for DISASTER!
Barack
Free healthcare!! ya ya ya ya
Everyone stays in their home!! ya ya ya ya
Stock markets will go up!! ya ya ya ya
Free retirement!!!! ya ya ya ya ya ya
no new taxes!!! ya ya ya ya ya
And everyone will have a job!!!! ya ya ya ya ya
Me
What the fukc do we need jobs for?
 
If you were actually quoting the president then your claims of directional knowledge on markets and the economy would be credible.
 
Since the president has never said any of the above, it's proven you're just a jag-ov.
 
I'm not kidding when I say....this is one of the dumbest statements made on this site. Do you really think I'm insinuating he actually said these things? Have you ever seen the Batman with Michael Keaton in it? The joker strolls through town on a float throwing out money as if it's free and everyon's greed brings them to the parade and there is a song playing in the background with the word "trust" playing the loudest. Of course the joker's main goal is to kill everyone with gas, but he gets them there with something no one will pass up. That is what Barack reminds me of.
 
First, I voted for Barack ( I wanted helpful change not this mess ) I wanted a playing field that was even. I am sick of the wealthy pulling strings and never being questioned!
http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/story/30481512/wall_streets_naked_swindle
 
Second, I was raised very poor and probably have as good of an idea as any how hard it is to succeed. I got into this field much like Will Smith in "pursuit of happyness" Who are the guy's with the nice cars? I should do that. However, with that personality I take nothing at face value and that's my two cents. Also, I am a uphauled by stupidity and questioned even replying to this,so please nothing this dumb again. Peace, good luck

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I have to say that I agree with some of what shoeshine says here.

I didn't vote. I don't vote in major elections, since your vote doesn't count.

But I am appalled at the direction of the country. Obama is likely a good man, who can't handle the job he applied for.

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Moraen wrote:I have to say that I agree with some of what shoeshine says here. I didn't vote. I don't vote in major elections, since your vote doesn't count. But I am appalled at the direction of the country. Obama is likely a good man, who can't handle the job he applied for.
 
I agree Moraen. Heart is definitely in the right place.

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howboutshoeshine wrote:Moraen wrote:I have to say that I agree with some of what shoeshine says here. I didn't vote. I don't vote in major elections, since your vote doesn't count. But I am appalled at the direction of the country. Obama is likely a good man, who can't handle the job he applied for.
 
I agree Moraen. Heart is definitely in the right place.He may have a good heart, but I doubt seriously that his heart is in the right place.  He believes in collectivism, rather than individual responsibility & liberty, in regards to national issues and international political issues (individual people at the national level, or individual nation-states at the international level). His heart is set upon, as you alluded to in your post, re-distributing wealth and pandering to socialist/marxist/communist world politicians.  If you review his life all the way back to his childhood, he's surrounded himself with people who hold contempt for basic American values and ideals or, simply America itself (Acorn, Ayers, Rev. Wright, etc). I don't view anyone who has contempt for the ideals of our Founding Fathers as having their heart in the right place.  I do think he's a good person...ie, morals/ethics, but his economic & political views are to the very, very far left of what this country has typically embraced.The bloom is off the rose now too, as you can see from the results of yesterday's elections.The Independent/Moderate middle is who got him elected (well intentioned people, who wanted a change, like yourself) are now seeing that his historically ultra-liberal voting record in IL and the US Senate, was NOT an aberration and they were conned.  Now we just have to wait and see how much of our country he can destroy in 3 more years.

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SBmss wrote: His heart is set upon, as you alluded to in your
post, re-distributing wealth and pandering to
socialist/marxist/communist world politicians.  If you review his life
all the way back to his childhood, he's surrounded himself with people
who hold contempt for basic American values and ideals or, simply
America itself (Acorn, Ayers, Rev. Wright, etc). I don't view anyone who has contempt for the ideals of our Founding Fathers as having their heart in the right place. 

I can't stand the Rev Wright and Ayers crowd as well but where's the
outcry when Palin's husband was part of a group that called for Alaska
seceding? Or the Texas Governor who is running on the secession
platform as we speak.  Is that American? Or the guys who swear by the
Confederate Flag and that it's a part of our history.  Yes, it is a
part of our history just like slavery. 

You are right on the economic policies.  I don't like this tax hike
idea or taxing of health insurance plans as well.  More taxes means
more money Congress gets to waste.

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He is very likable.   I do think his heart is in the right place. He is obviously a brilliant guy. I have a great deal of respect for him.
What totally blows my mind is that he seems to sincerely believe that govt. can provide solutions.    

Bubba got it.   

He would just lie to the libs and promise them stuff and then he acted like a free market guy because he knew thats how you create wealth. How can someone so bright and surronded by some pretty shape people honestly think giving the GD fed govt healthcare is going to lead to a good outcome.

he is done.    from 71% to 49%

independents gone. Other anti-bush , anti-iraq who got sucked in expecting the center and got Nancy P in drag.

those blue doggies are running for cover.

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Past…
Promises will get you: a date; paid for a cheeseburger on Tuesday; agreement you won't get the clap; Meletio's investment plan; Trillion $ in extra debt; an election win
Future…
Deliverables will get you: ???

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Shania Twain wrote:He is very likable.   I do think his heart is in the right place. He is obviously a brilliant guy. I have a great deal of respect for him. What totally blows my mind is that he seems to sincerely believe that govt. can provide solutions.     Bubba got it.    He would just lie to the libs and promise them stuff and then he acted like a free market guy because he knew thats how you create wealth. How can someone so bright and surronded by some pretty shape people honestly think giving the GD fed govt healthcare is going to lead to a good outcome. he is done.    from 71% to 49% independents gone. Other anti-bush , anti-iraq who got sucked in expecting the center and got Nancy P in drag. those blue doggies are running for cover.

I totally get that, Shania.  But my nuts get stuck on the fence trying to figure out the best option for our leadership.
 
Option 1: Don't agree with the policies but these people are really smart
 
Option 2: Agree with the policies but Bubba truly is a box of rocks
 
Ugh.

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meletio wrote:Are you incapable of responded with a real answer ?
 
No he is not!!! this guy is undoubtedly BRAND NEW! He reminds me of a 23 year old. Do not try and share info. with this KID. He is the biggest retard on this site. No need to reply little boy ( MLGONE ) He represents what we should ALL hate about our industry right now.

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Moraen wrote:I have to say that I agree with some of what shoeshine says here. I didn't vote. I don't vote in major elections, since your vote doesn't count. But I am appalled at the direction of the country. Obama is likely a good man, who can't handle the job he applied for.[/QUOTE]
 
Nail - Head
 
This point is lost on most people in America.  Most people are caught up in the "big" message, the pomp and circumstance of having the first black President (which I think is great, but misses the point), and the "Presidential appearance" of Obama.  Most people that support him miss the fact that he is grossly under-qualified to lead (he is probably fine at legislating, two very different things).  He and his team are still trying to win an election, when they should be focusing on leading.

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meletio wrote: Are you joking or just stupid. 99 % of the people in this country are either broke living check to check. the entire past 15 years was a complete sham built on credit. do you not understand what is going on now. Sure, we built many industries over the past 100 years, but we are now in so much debt that it will be years before a future generation has a higher living standard . look at the gap between the ultra rich and the poor . it's never been wider. So sure people have gotten very wealthy in the past 15 years but it's only a tiny portion of the country. 

Define poor. People in this country are considered poor when they own a vehicle, have cable television (with a nice TV), and can put rims on their cars.

I like how there are "two Americas" as John Edwards tries to portray. Those people are poor because for the most part they choose to be poor. Or have never learned the benefits of hard work.

I grew with my father the sole provider on a $400 a month salary as an E-4 (I'm not even kidding). We ate beans and rice four days a week, and "special" days were when we got a little chicken. He worked his way up through the ranks through hard work and willpower. He was able to put clothes on my brother's back, which were then handed down to be put on my back. Everyday my brother and I cleaned the house. I worked 50-60 hours a week while going full time for both my undergraduate years and graduate years.

Don't tell me people can't make something of themselves.

Poor is living in a hut with a dirt floor. You can afford cleaning supplies once every quarter. You walk everywhere you go.

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Ok. Another story.

I was in New Orleans shortly after Katrina. Our job was to prevent looting.

There were contractors from Florida with nothing to do. Why? Because the government was requiring these contractors to hire locals. Guess what? The locals didn't want to work. These contractors were paying $30-$40 per hour for LABORERS.

The red cross was giving out cleaning supplies and food to those who lost their homes. People in brand new Jaguars were pulling in. People who could not afford them.

When we patrolled the neighborhoods (the poorest ones) there was a big screen TV in EVERY house. One particular house, that was 640 square feet had THREE LARGE SCREEN TVS.

Here's the best one. After pulling a twenty hour shift and nearly getting killed by looters in a sports store, we finally got back to the convention center (where our amenities were worse than those at the SuperDome) and a lady in a nice Navigator pulls up, with some rims on it. And they was spinnin'!

She says, "Hey you. Where's Oprah at?" Me, "Chicago, I believe". Her, "Naw, she 'sposed to be given out $2000 to the first 100 people who show up this morning".

Handouts. That's what these people want. It is laziness that separates the rich from the poor. Rich people work hard, poor people don't.

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yep

i respect the hell out of mexicans that come here for the american dream and bust their asses working. god bless em

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meletio wrote: What the hell are you talking about. There will always be lazy people who buy fancy cars to look they are someone..it's usually the poorest one's who try to buy material objects to impress. I'm not sure if I posted this link or not but since it's after hours read this. It will tell you what is wrong with our country.http://seekingalpha.com/article/103202-the-shallowest-generation
       

I read your post. Everybody knows the baby boomers are weak. Generation X has stepped up and will help repair the damage of the fogies.

I'm telling you what my experience has been. People are lazy, that is why there is a gap in wealth. Rich people are rich because they work.

This type of society is sustainable as long as we limit our social programs (which we are not doing - we're expanding them).

Let the gap widen and widen further. People pull themselves out of poverty when given the right incentives.

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permabear wrote: Barack Obama will hopefully make a clean sweep of your industry and put you all out of business. Then we might see some prosperity in this country.

Who are you and why are you here?

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Moraen wrote: meletio wrote: What the hell are you talking about. There will always be lazy people who buy fancy cars to look they are someone..it's usually the poorest one's who try to buy material objects to impress. I'm not sure if I posted this link or not but since it's after hours read this. It will tell you what is wrong with our country.http://seekingalpha.com/article/103202-the-shallowest-generation         I read your post. Everybody knows the baby boomers are weak. Generation X has stepped up and will help repair the damage of the fogies. I'm telling you what my experience has been. People are lazy, that is why there is a gap in wealth. Rich people are rich because they work. This type of society is sustainable as long as we limit our social programs (which we are not doing - we're expanding them). Let the gap widen and widen further. People pull themselves out of poverty when given the right incentives.
 
I agree Moraen.I had to kill myself to get where I'm at, much like yourself. However, there is a problem when 13 presidents all come from the same exclusive club. Also, I will tell a personal story.....My wife has asthma and allergies, and when I was going through college we had no med coverage because we didn't " qualify" for help. That meant about a dozen emergency room trips per winter for pnemonia and breathing treatments. I start a company in college and now have the money to get her covered. Guess what.......no one will cover her because of her pre-existing condition. NO ONE. this is why I voted for Barack. I thought he may even the playing field. He hasn't and i regret my choice, but we do need a CHANGE

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