Which one of you was it?

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  1. Charles_Main
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    a week or so ago when the Markets went down bad 2 days in a row, some Liberal asshole on here posted saying "Romney goes up in the Polls and the Market Tanks"

    I was just wondering how you feel about Obama wins the election and the Market has it's worst day of the entire year?

    lol

    Doubt I'll get an answer.
     
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    I could make guesses as to who it waaaas :D the markets will do as they do, and I think they would be in a similar place had Romney won.
     
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    When the market goes up it's all because of Obama
    When the market goes down it has nothing to do with Obama...
     
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    Doubtful.
     
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    I think the Market is reacting to the fact that nothing really changed. Still have a divided Congress and Obama in the WH. Which makes them think the same people who have failed to do anything about our Debt and Deficit issues, and the Impending fiscal Cliff, Will again fail to do anything about it.

    They are pricing the Cliff into the Market.

    Now had Romney won, who knows they might have had some Hope he could break the grid lock, but now they have none.
     
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    Right. It's reacting to the fact that Oblamer was re-elected and, thus, nothing really changed. I think that's what the OP said.
     
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    Sorry but you all missed it.

    The market is clearly and obviously a racist.
     
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    Wrong! We would have had a major rally had Romney won.
     
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    From Obama's own mouth...


    "I didn't make those stocks go down when I took office, yall did!"...lol


    The blame game picks right up where it left off.
     
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    Do you think the central problem currently confronting the US economy is deficit reduction or is it finding ways to create millions of new jobs that will grow the economy and widen the circle of prosperity that's now limited to 1% - 10% of all Americans?

    Robert Reich (Obama's Next Economy: Why He Must Take This Opportunity to Reframe the Economic Debate)
     

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