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    Gonna be a great day next January when a plane not designated Air Force One flies his worthless ass back to the lefty cesspool of his Hyde Park neighborhood in Chicago.
     
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    Dream on, wingnuts...
     
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    Do you actually believe America can survive and thrive when our investment community views Obama as an anti-business Marxist waiting to punish their every success?
     
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    It's the un-American wingnuts who would rather see Obama fail than put America first.
     
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    Yeah, the investment community really hates this guy!
     
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    That makes no sense. Greedy businesses just want to make a profit, regardless of who the POTUS is. Agree or disagree?
     
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    Do you understand the phrase "non sequitur"?
     
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    Imagine the economic EXPLOSION we can look forward to the very moment our wealth and job creators know he is gone for good!


    Jan. 22 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. investors overwhelmingly see President Barack Obama as anti-business and question his ability to manage a financial crisis, according to a Bloomberg survey.

    The global quarterly poll of investors and analysts who are Bloomberg subscribers finds that 77 percent of U.S. respondents believe Obama is too anti-business and four-out-of-five are only somewhat confident or not confident of his ability to handle a financial emergency.

    The poll also finds a decline in Obama’s overall favorability rating one year after taking office. He is viewed favorably by 27 percent of U.S. investors. In an October poll, 32 percent in the U.S. held a positive impression.

    “Investors no longer feel they can trust their instincts to take risks,” said poll respondent David Young, a managing director for a broker dealer in New York.'

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchi ve&sid=a8UiI1bCRdmY
     

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