S&P Chambers: "It's Not The Economy, Stupid(?)!. . .Or Something!

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    S&P John Chambers, who maybe should remain anonymous, did acknowledge that arithmetic is not involved in their widely public five factors applied to Sovereign Debt.

    1. Using The Political Factor, then "The System Sucks." Someone is about to become a 1960's radical, was a 1960's radical, or is friends with the Obama Administration: Which acknowledges that the U.S. has now(?), or not, shown AAA political system status.

    2. Using The Fiscal Factor, then see number one.

    3. Using The Economy Factor, then the U. S. is prosperous & relatively exemplary.

    4. Using The Currency Factor, then the U. S. dollar is the international standard, so no problem there.

    5. Using The Money Factor, then the U. S. policy is exemplary and can even be called (socialist). . ."a world standard."

    Obama administration official: S&P move 'a facts-be-damned decision' - CNN.com

    A weighting system is apparently not invovled, and the $2.0 tril. snafu suggests that just maybe that S&P Chambers doesn't want to admit to any shortcomings.

    So a free market Haiti or Somalia, or Kenya, or East Africa the United States is not. But there was the Bush Administration. . .II, (Terms I and II)(?).

    That also may be how they count(?), and do math(?): As though there were no decimal points at all!

    The stock market should actually do fairly well, by those "standards," and especially if California can legalize marijuana completely--like in Los Angeles dispensary locations: And tax it.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Law and Politics, S&P seems to know a great deal about!)
     
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    first time in history and the dimocrats did it. downgraded the US.. that was the plan all along.
     
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    It's achieving the 'redistribution of wealth'.... only it is American wealth and we're redistributing it globally by becoming as poor as the third world. I wonder if liberals knew that was what they were voting for?
     
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    Chambers, in the video, does what everyone else does. The George Bush--John Boehner--Cantor--Bachman--Pawlenty--Romney--Cain--Huntsman--Perry--Pau--Paul, et. al. Republicans are shown to be the the cause of the problems.

    The start of the problem is Bush II, Terms I & II. A contributing factor is the Obama half-term only. The Real problems are anti-Americans--like Michele Bachman--who adamantly opposed any debt raise so that nothing would happen until the last hours before the checks might have bounced. That was not customary, or conservative.

    In any weighting, however, the Obama Half-Term Contribution created the Factor Three economy--which should be weighted an overiding plus, along with the currency, and monetary factors. The Administration is still in place, and the National elections are next.

    Other rating agencies have placed the USA on negative watch, easiily due to Republicans supporting and ccreating: Even S&P's negative opinion Factors one and two. Anyone might guess that an S&P negative watch was also due at this time to continue through December, only. The downgrade would happen varying with the outcome of the plan now in place.

    S&P celebrates the achievements of the Obama Administration in helping with curtailing the worldwide downturn. That the Republicans also refused to help with.

    That is the kinds of neighbors, now shown worldwide, that they are.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Many see smoke in Los Angeles now: Hope to send in more(?)!"
     

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