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Car sales scare away double dip

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No dont , it would be like voting for Obama.

Your supposed to pretend you cant afford to buy one so we can make it look like he failed.

Oh my mistake you are not on the right are you.
 

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my transmission went out in my old one, it was worked well and deserves a retirement package out in the field. I did vote for Obama, just to piss of the establishment.
 
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If delusions could stave off a double dip, truthdon'tmatters could save the country all by herself. Delusional freak.
 
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Yeap and they have almost sucked him in.


all of the others I see throwing their hats in the ring are in the establishment or they populate the establisments wet dream for the US.

So far its either Obama with half a foot stuck outside the establishment or full bore establishment.

I am still at this point going to vote for him in hopes that with no election to worry about he will do MORE of the right things with the freedom.

One can hope
 

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Reading to the bottom of the article, the picture doesn't look at rosey as one would have you believe.
And it's unlikely consumer spending gains will hold up as long as unemployment remains stuck at 9.1 percent and job creation lags the growth of the overall population. Monday's data showed that while spending surged, personal income rose by just three-tenths of a percent in July; after adjusting for inflation incomes dropped by a tenth of a percent. To help make up the difference, some consumers dipped into savings, cutting the savings rate to 5.0 percent from 5.5 percent in June.

"This trend cannot continue indefinitely," said Paul Dales, an economist at Capital Economics.
 
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Rat did you know spending is how EVERY recovery starts?
 
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I know , I know.

It will hurt for awhile yet guys but you will find in time its actually better for you to have a decent economy no matter how much more you love your party than your country.
 
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See, she's so delusional that she thinks I referred to the article and not her delusional mutterings about conservatives.

Delusional.

Freak.
 

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Great to see the US auto industry back on it's feet

A few years ago, their future did not seem that bright
 

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In the OP link, then what everyone is waiting for is QE2 to work.

"That leaves the Federal Reserve's monetary policy as the economy's best hope. After buying hundreds of billions of dollars worth of bonds to force interest rates lower, the central bank moved to the sidelines in June. On Friday, Fed chairman Ben Bernanke reaffirmed the central bank's current policy of waiting for its easy-money policies to kick in."

RNC tends to be supportive of mortal sin. Exodus, Leviticus, and Deuteronomy all support the more Socialist concept of prohibitions of profiteering from loans to the poort. The federal government and the central bank have essentially been re-writing/buying failed paper of the poor, which they were expected to get jailed for owning(?).

Instead, the poor left the rich bond-holders with worthless paper, and no money. That had not been the apparent expectation.

The mess still had to be cleaned up: In a global financial system, largely made valueable by accounting and law, as opposed to commodity values.

Like S&P, then Chairman Bernanke faulted people like Perry for cause the downgrade of the bonds--creating havoc with the usual politics: Like the Nazis did at one time.

"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred."
(Step In Now: Buy Manhattan: Or At least rubbery. . . .bo. . .ots!)
 

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