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It never stops to amaze me how many "experts" there are in financials when you have no idea how the one giving the advise has done in the market. Why would any one listen to such rubbish???Look how the government manages your money and hey... people don't seem to be outraged...and then to some shuck on a website and believe them???
If not, i'll just leave those handy-dandy, cheap stocks to you. No thanks, Buddy, I have my money invested in groceries and health care. Some things are more important then buying stock. I'd sure hate for my to have to say about me, "He was just DYING to buy some of that stock!!!"
These people write like everyone has all this loose change laying around, just waiting for a good deal. Well, surviving the present for most is much more important than gambling on a questionable/doubtful future when you have nothing to spare.
You disagree? Well then, why not explain to the rest of us how a nation can continue to add to the national debt massively year after year and not end in disaster? Obama will leave office with a national debt of at least 20 trillion dollars and about a 4 trillion dollar budget. When interest rates return to 5% that will be a national interest expense of about ONE TRILLION DOLLARS on that 4 trillion budget. Where is your money then for Medicare, SS, etc? Not to mention that 20 trillion is not the end but the beginning of Democrat Debt.
And you say ... after your brainless name calling ....well the GOP spends too. Perhaps, but really if you are honest there is no comparison. The GOP is the only party talking about the issue, and sure they might spend a bit here and bit there, but if you deny that the Democrats have no end to their desire to spend, you are deluisional.
So forget this brainless "I am a Democrat to the end" and start thinking like an American first. Well at least start thinking if you can.
So, now you are anger. Well you should be, but not at me.
Do you deny Obama will have doubled the nations debt?
Do you deny that Obama will leave office with a national debt of 20 trillion?
Do you deny that interest on that debt will approach 1 trillion?
Do you deny the Democrats will not talk about this elephant in the room?
Do you deny that the GOP atleast talks about it and clearly are unable to do anything about it as long as the Democrats control the Senate and more importantly hav Obama-veto-spending-restraint in the White Hoiuse.
If you do you are a hack.
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