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Re: OT--Quality of people

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Mark - IN.

01-14-2014 16:38:21

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I understand that a week or two ago, the stock market hit an all time high, at the end of...2013. Oddly enough, one of the persons that so critisizes wall street as he flies around the nation still community organizing, sends staffers out on the Sunday morning talk shows to point out from time to time how well wall street is doing as a measure of success for how well the economy is said to be doing. Personally, I don't understand how a person can blame wall street as he then points to its current success by choosing people as his nominated appointments to chief the fed reserve that then artificially pump up the market by printng money non-stop, 24x7. Hard for me to understand, but then I unsderstand that "bailouts" for the insurance companies built into the unaffordable care act of 2009, not 2000 - 2008 that are just around the corner, for the record. Was even a slight mention of it on tonight's world news, a slight mention that is just about to...explode. Bailouts for the insurance companies that are just about to be put out of business by design. By the way, printing money 24x7 won't have any affect on inflation, which won't have any affect on how far paychecks go whether they work at a big box store or big tractor company in East Moline, so I am to understand. Go figure.


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01-15-2014 03:56:42

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 Re: OT--Quality of people in reply to Mark - IN., 01-14-2014 16:38:21  
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Well said Mark. Problem is 80% of the people out there either have no idea what you're talking about or support whats being done.

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