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Bloodbath in November!! Hold lying Dems to their yes votes on Obamacare!!
Kick the bums out!
The slaughter has begun-- Dem Congresswoman loses in FLA in special election-- she actually tried to defend Bozocare!!
Repeal in December!!!
I avoid Walmart but unfortunately they come to town and cause the other stores to close so you are left with a 30 to 40 mile drive, at today's gas prices and I do make the drive because I am anti Walmart. When the Walmart that came to our town arrived, the store was a very clean place. The last 2 years – it has just gotten dirtier and dirtier. You feel as if you need to shower when you get home because it is so dirty.
If the "Nuthatchers" in Washington will seek peace and not kill the markets; Then we can "Sell in may and go away" Come up to the Mountain!!!
JUST LIST THE STOCKS AND THEN COMMENT. THE WAY IT'S DONE IS VERY ANNOYING.
Wall St. is underestimating JCP...................
The stock has gone up over 80% in just the last 3 weeks. The bankers on Wall St. will make a million dollar bonus if they exceed 15% annual gain on their portfolios!! And when Sears files bankruptcy, JCP will skyrocket as they will fill the Sears void in the marketplace.
Plus Citi Bank just yesterday issued a "Buy" on the stock. Slowly JCP will get the respect it deserves and then the share price will be at a premium for those naysayers. Keep in mind....3 years ago, JCP was over $75 per share.
High risk = high ROI
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