This is not a complicated decision," Clinton said there. "If somebody
saved my economy, I'd be for him."What an idiotic
statement. I guess this means Bill is voting for Mitt then? If we are talking
about 'saving an economy' the DOW is down BIG time right now and the
word is it is all because of FEAR.... FEAR of Obama getting another term.
Companies are announcing cut backs and more layoffs and stocks bit the dust.
FEAR and UNCERTAINTY is something Mitt will fix on DAY 1!
Hey, Pat: where was the DJIA when Obama TOOK office? MUCH lower.
President Mitt Romney. Sounds kind of natural, don't you think?Romney-Ryan 2012
I don't know what to think about the citizens of our country. They seem to
be so easily swayed by ludicrous "zingers" like horses and bayonets(they
are standard issue for marines and are still used in combat), and don't
gather facts on their own, but look to biased news sources for information. I
don't know who to vote for. I don't have a lot of confidence in
Obama's record. He spends all of his time taking shots at Romney rather
than proving he deserves four more years. What a joke. It makes me not want to
believe anything he says, and he says not to believe anything Romney says. Is
Ron Paul still in the race?
Ironhide,Thanks for being so honest and maybe, just maybe I can
help. I know we don't have perfect candidates. I don't agree with
every position of Romney's but here is how I see it:My research
has proven to me that Romney will turn around our economy so if you vote for him
to uphold economic freedom, then down the road we will have a nation that is
stable enough so that folks like you can still find and support candidates more
ideal for your tastes.In Britain and Spain, it was the second term
when their leaders pulled all the stops and killed off their economic freedoms
to the point where they now can't dig out of their mess. Remember
Obama's hot mic moment with the Russian leader where he told him he would
have a lot more flexibility in his second term. Ironhide, help us send Romney to
Washington with the majority of the country behind him.
@PatriotDow is down BIG TIME? Really? A 2% dip is BIG TIME? Under the past two Republican presidents, the DOW went down 22% (1987)
and 18% (2008) respectively. BTW, the Dow us up, way, way up since
President Obama took office. Don't believe me? Check your 401K
statements. Mine went up 20.89% last year. That is long term security for my
re:CHS 85Not talking about the DOW over the past 4 years - am
talking about the DOW over the last 4 days. If you listen to the financial shows
on CNN or FOX you hear alot of panic and fear from investors RIGHT NOW and that
FEAR is being attributed to Obama getting a second term and the uncertainty that
puts into the market. Companies are announcing poor earnings for this last qtr
and are also lowering their projections for the next qtr. Companies are also
announcing cutting of their expenses (more layoffs). Obama has radical spending
and tax plans for 2013 and that is what is driving the uncertainty. I can only
tell you to spend some time on either CNN or FOX and listen to the financial
reports. If you don't want to bother doing this then there is no point in
@patriotYeah, all the uncertainty is ONLY because of worries about
President Obama being re-elected. That's the only reason, right?
There's no uncertainty because of the sequestration forced on us by the
Republican controlled House of Representatives, right? Perhaps you
need to watch more than just FOX and Friends before commenting.