Discussion in 'The Real World' started by H2O boy, Mar 4, 2009.
too little too late
Sorry to break it to you but things aren't going your way. Good thing you backed out on making that bet with me huh?
Poor Cerise, it must make you so frustrated to have Obama's approval growing while yourparty makes itself irrelevant.
Maybe you need a hip hop makeover.
um, popularity? please, spike, how about something of substance?
come on, it's been, what, five weeks since he took office, how come the economy is still bad?
Poll: Obama Popularity Lags Bush After First Month
Within a year, Obama’s ratings will be below 50 percent. He will probably vacate the office by the mid-term election in 2010, forced out by his own party.
Here's the actual numbers Cerise.
Obama will continue to fristrate you within 1 year and in 2010 while you continue to fantasize and disconnect yourself from reality.
The republican party will continue to ne irrelevant.
its early yet. ted kennedy aint even sobered up from the inaugural ball
well that's how they sold it, to get elected.
remember even hillary making fun about the skies opening up?
But you promised us "plummetting faster than rosie odonell in a wave pool"? So either you're wrong or Rosie stays up for a long time.
Because Obozo wants it to be.
The market hasn't been bobbing up and down day to day since he was selected. It has been plummeting. It has collapsed nearly 30% since November, and nearly 20% since January.
shit does float
Pay to Play in the white house, apparently...
'It takes money to get money'
I don't think I'll buy stock in him, but I don't guess a choice is any closer to within grasp.
Stop that Bish! How is she ever going to get along if you keep contradicting everything she makes up with facts?
Half an up day does not a bob make.
Perhaps you should be looking at daily charts instead of quarterly or 1/2 yearly. Most stocks bob throughout a typical day..as does the DJIA.
The DJIA's been dropping heavily since November 08 or so... and it, like many stocks, are based on confidence...not confidence in the President, but confidence in the banks and their ability to provide credit and secure deposits. Which is precisely why banks are being bailed out of their bad paper... to rebuild confidence in the banks.
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