Discussion in 'Politics' started by Truthmatters, Aug 14, 2011.
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Will you be happy or sad.
"Between the first quarter of 2012 and the first quarter of 2013, homes are projected to increase by an average of 2.7 percent, with gains in 365 out of 384 metro areas," Fiserv said in a press release.
will it change who you vote for?
' Well, I'm here to tell you, some time in the next couple of months, we're going to be creating between 250,000 jobs a month and 500,000 jobs a month." -- Joe Biden, April 2010
I'll be really sad. I love paying high prices for groceries, gas, commodoties and watching unemployment at 9-10 percent.
Would it change who you vote for?
I bet very few of you would change who you vote for even if the economy began steaming along.
You would just twist and turn to give the credit to someone other than the admin.
Nope....I'm voting for A.B.O...
I think that an economic rebound will not change the election by more than about 2%. We're a deeply ideologically divided country - both sides will try to spin any economic news to their advantage - and both side's constituients will believe them.
The upcoming election is going to depend on who gets their constituients emotionally worked up. I think that Obama has the advantage of numbers vs. any Repug candidate, but he's alienated his base. If he can get them out to the polls, he'll win.
Nope. Obama and the Statist have already shown thier hand and intent. I usually don't partake in such scenarios where there is nothing to support the whole premise of this thread...but then I consider it's source.
I love hypotheticals...
What if I throw an apple at the moon and hit it?
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