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Obama Economy heading South

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by asur, Apr 8, 2009.

  1. asur

    asur New Member

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    The economy isn't improving in the US regardless of
    what the news media and liberals like to suggest.

    Liberal demorat George Soros is now shorting the US stock market.
    Soros isn't trying to lose money is he?
    He knows the Obama plan is failing and has said so.

    Less jobs and more spending is a disaster, created by Obama.
    According to Soros the banks in US are broken and the bailouts haven't worked.

    Soros will make his nut by betting against America.
    Is this the change Obama's followers voted for?
     
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    Little-Acorn Well-Known Member

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    I thought the "Stimulus Package" was supposed to get things going relatively quickly?
     
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    WARNING: Economy Enlargement Stimulus Package works through the process of economic fossilization. Bi-stimulus package may be required in certain areas of New York and San Francisco. If the economy stays fossilized for more than four years, contact a Republican representative in your area.
     
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    asur New Member

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    Check this:

    April 7 (Bloomberg) -- Europe’s recession deepened more than estimated in the fourth quarter after companies scaled back production and consumer spending declined.

    I guess it's bad in Europe even though US taxpayers are sending billions to their
    Banks. (AIG)
     
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