The Impending Global Recession?

[QUOTE=diane7;2139303]Happy fore your Dollar,
No Basher of any Body
What you got is Better than RSA at the Moment:bigsmile:

PS id rather have 2 Bushes than 1 Zuma ;-)[/QUOTE]

Bush is quite a popular guy in Africa from what I read. Probably one of the few bright spots for his eight years besides us not having another domestic terrorist attack. At this point I would take the guy that delivers Chinese take out to out house as president over Bush, Obama or McCain.

[QUOTE=diane7;2139281]New American Dollar`s :wink:
:bigsmile:[/QUOTE]

diane don’t you know what you have done you have posted these pictures on the internet now someone will copy them and use there printer to make copies and then pass them at stores:iagree::iagree:

These zero dollar bills should come in handy for buying stock in many banks and financial institutions. :iagree:

SAMLAR
Your right. Someone already cashed this
one.
ZAP.:sad::bigsmile:


[QUOTE=UTR;2139328]Bush is quite a popular guy in Africa from what I read.[/QUOTE]The most popular presidents in Africa were Kennedy and Clinton…I worked in Africa for 6 years and Bush was not a popular figure…Idi Amin, Robert Mugabe, and Momar Quadafi were more popular than Dubya…[QUOTE=UTR;2139328]Probably one of the few bright spots for his eight years besides us not having another domestic terrorist attack. [/QUOTE]The current financial crisis meets the Patriot Act’s definition of a terrorist attack and 9/11 happened on his watch…He has failed at most everything he has done…[QUOTE=UTR;2139328] At this point I would take the guy that delivers Chinese take out to out house as president over Bush, Obama or McCain.[/QUOTE]Yet you continue to support the McCain/Palin ticket, a continuation of the failed policies of the NeoCons…

McCain is not Bush. McCain is what Bush wanted to be but could not. Bush is a failure. Obama will hasten the global recession. That is the uncertainty in the market. You have an idea what to expect with McCain, with Obama, who knows?

[QUOTE=samlar;2139368]diane don’t you know what you have done you have posted these pictures on the internet now someone will copy them and use there printer to make copies and then pass them at stores:iagree::iagree:[/QUOTE]:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
Now here’s one they could possibly use…


[QUOTE=Zathros;2139410]McCain is not Bush. McCain is what Bush wanted to be but could not. Bush is a failure. Obama will hasten the global recession. That is the uncertainty in the market. You have an idea what to expect with McCain, with Obama, who knows?[/QUOTE]
It’s the recession we have to have … go On, vote for Obama.

I’d be more hesitant to vote in an intelligent bloke who’s policies are practically evil (and is publicly broadcasting it), and who’s sidekick is positively ignorant & overall Dim-witted.

So … is it gonna be Batman? Or Blazing Saddles?

The fact of the matter is that Obama or McCain are both great Americans who will do a great job. America is a great country. With all of the great countries doing what needs to be done the world will get through this. If countries go the nationalists routes and isolate themselves then there will be grater problems.

All and all it just seems that a lot of people would love to see American flounder in fall in the forum. Don’t hold your breathe, it isn’t going to happen. Just look at the rest of the world. America’s fundamentals are it’s people. That is as strong as ever. Don’t mistake the elections as a country divided. We all get behind our president once elected.

I have traveled around the world. The animosity that people express in this forum is not reciprocated by me. I have seen and know what may cultures have to offer. What is in your heart spills out of your mouth.

If you hate the United States have the balls to say it. Stop beating around the bush. Positive criticism is always O.K. If you hate, then who cares.

[QUOTE=Zathros;2139410]McCain is not Bush. McCain is what Bush wanted to be but could not. Bush is a failure. Obama will hasten the global recession. That is the uncertainty in the market. You have an idea what to expect with McCain, with Obama, who knows?[/QUOTE]

No, McCain is more like Bush’s Grandpappy. Sarah Palin is like Bush’s sister, like your best friends sister that is good to look at but is intellectually inept.

Yes, with McCain we have an idea of what to expect. More failure, and more wars without cause. I would love to know how and what exactly, after 26 years in the Senate, he just came up with to fix Social Security. All I hear him say is “I know how to fix this” over and over with no explaination of how. He takes credit for things that weren’t his idea and even though he doesn’t condone smear campaigning:rolleyes:, he continues to allow his campaign to run ads that do exactly that along with letting the “pitbull with lipstick” growl it out as well.

Obama does have a good vision on how to get this country back on track financially. He has the mindset to do what’s right by the people of this country without corporate influence and greed controlling him. If people aren’t willing to accept him as the leader of our country, then so be it. But when the economy is strong again and there’s more money in their pockets come April 15th, I guarantee they won’t be complaining.

PIPE
That’s a good one. However here’s the coming money
according to BILL MAHR.
ZAP.:bigsmile::sad:


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If the economy is better by April 15th. it won’t be because of anything Obama did. To think that one person controls the Senate is naive. Deregulation made this mess. Rules from the 19th century regarding the economy also contributed. Barney Frank, Chris Dodd (from my state) were big contributors to the mess. The only person with a history of bi-partisan behavior is McCain. In the end it won’t matter much anyway. The president does not have the kind of power people attribute to his office and what happens in the congress and senate will determine which way the country goes.

McCain new plan is to lower taxes on stocks and dividends which as always with his party will give a big tax cut for the rich but do little for the middle class. He will say that it is helping most Americans becuase a lot of us own stocks or bonds, but in truth the amount most middle class own is small compared to the rich. A stock and dividend tax cut will be great for someone like bill gates who most all he owns is in stock he will save thousands on taxes.
Not that either party has ever really cut the taxes of the middle class and I will be surprised it Obama can get his tax cut through congress without the rich getting a bigger tax cut.

As for as April 15th economy being better it has almost always got better the year after a election where the other party won the white house no matter which party.

There is a good thing about this whole thing My neighbor has been selling old scrap metal she had over the past month. She told me that scrap metal had went from 150 a ton to 30 dollars a ton.
She also said that copper and aluminum had also fell big time. Iit would be nice to see copper wire at a reasonable price for a change. May now people will stop stealing manhole covers. also maybe now it will cost less than a penny to make a penny.

Obama says what people want to hear. Both parties cater to the rich. The middle class has been stepped on by both parties and neither can legitimately claim to be representing the middle class. I still don’t think it will make too much of a difference, in the whole scheme of things. They are all liars. I choose the liar McCain.

Pity this thread has to be tarred by the usual political mud slinging.

This is a global economy problem, its not limited to one country and, one country alone for sure can’t put things right again.

So let’s stop the political mud slinging, right now!!!

Globalization is nothing more than world wide socialism. Google the Bilderberg Group and see who the world elite are who meet yearly. Google the Georgia Guidestone. That is the American Stonehenge. It is all happening. Next, see the movie “Endgame” by Alex Jones. A great documentary. Every time a corporate merger happens, that is one more step to socialism. All corporate mergers are against the anti trust laws. Now G.M. and Chrysler are merging. Soon there will be one corporation for each entity world wide. Most American corporations are owned by foreign countries. Anheiser Bush is Belgium. Budweiser is not an American beer. It is all so wonderfully politically correct. Roosevelt, Carter, and Clinton got us on the right track. Remember, government knows best.

[QUOTE=slytrans69;2140618]Globalization is nothing more than world wide socialism. Google the Bilderberg Group and see who the world elite are who meet yearly. Google the Georgia Guidestone. That is the American Stonehenge. It is all happening. Next, see the movie “Endgame” by Alex Jones. A great documentary. Every time a corporate merger happens, that is one more step to socialism. All corporate mergers are against the anti trust laws. Now G.M. and Chrysler are merging. Soon there will be one corporation for each entity world wide. Most American corporations are owned by foreign countries. Anheiser Bush is Belgium. Budweiser is not an American beer. It is all so wonderfully politically correct. Roosevelt, Carter, and Clinton got us on the right track. Remember, government knows best.[/QUOTE]

Ahh, Global socialism, the world government. I think the only way I would feel good about world government is in we were threatened by aliens from outerspace. The world is being forced into one government run by big corporations. It used to be that people who espoused the “one government” theories were considered wacky. Not so much anymore it seems. Then again, when the all the countries start the rush for the finite resources of this world will the “global economy” hold up. Or will people retreat into the nationalistic isolationism. I think there is a wave of nationalism sweeping through this world. We are in a very dangerous place. Global socialism, or national fascism, is there any other alternative?
The Impending Global recession will surely show where countries stand, and individuals. Lines are being drawn. This world is far from being homogeneous.

Roosevelt, carter and Clinton where not the ones that alllowed the companies you are talking about to merge it was the other parties president. But a lot you said is true look a Microsoft the president in office today stopped the anti trust suit against it as soon as he got in office and now Microsoft gave us Vista. No that not correct they charged us a lot for vista.