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Change
10-22-2008, 09:09 PM
Honestly, I can't believe that today's news on the campaign trail is all about Sarah Palin's clothes. Are they kidding? What does Obama pay for his clothes? Aren't the Democrats claiming the high road "expert" status on the market? Don't they continue to say McCain has to focus on the economy. I wish someone would pay attention to Ron Paul on the economy.

A little clue here, both parties keep saying that the bailout was necessary. The only persons to claim the high road on the economy should be the HOUSE Republicans and Democrats who stood up and voted NO and didn't change their votes. It is very sad that the Senate had to buy the passage by stuffing it through with SWEETS.

History will not look kindly on that VOTE and I think that VOTE will show to be the very thing that has the market crashing!

angelatc
10-22-2008, 09:11 PM
There's apparently no clothing expenditures in the Obama disclosures.

I don't like the fact that she was content to shop at Target until she got control of other people's money.

Change
10-22-2008, 09:21 PM
It is a stupid discussion considering the situation we are in. In addition, she is the only one out of all of them that didn't vote for the bailout. What is the deal anyway with the Democrats on the market and bailouts? If the Media is correct that Obama is up 10 points and the market is dropping 500 points, seems like the free market doesn't see freedom in it's future again for a good long time. (I heard tonight on CNN from Joe Klein that Obama has his own private polling numbers that show a closer race - which one has to question private polling numbers - what's that all about? vs. his media pals pumping them up to turn down Republicans at polls)

FREE THE MARKET, Dudes! REPEAL THE BAILOUT.

nodope0695
10-22-2008, 09:24 PM
Its called white wash....you're not used to it yet?:D

ItsTime
10-22-2008, 10:09 PM
what did they say about her clothes? Did she wear something to make the market fall 500 points today? Or did she scare the Asian market into dropping 7%? And as of last week MSM said "the markets HAVE recovered" So I dont know what you are talking about. The markets are fine. So please start buying stocks again.

Change
10-23-2008, 06:03 AM
I love your Quote!

"It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds." Sam Adams