Political: post election if/when obama wins..
by dblbogey2 November 6, 2012 10:43 AM
what i was wanting to post to all of his supporters is will his 1st step be another trillion to keep economy moving?
next order of business?
will he ever address job program?
forget about romney,this is about what
obama supporters saw to put confidence in him.
saying "anything that romney would do,will not work" here,isn't enough.
what do you see as his new platform for recovery or is what we have,is all we will get?
by dblbogey2 November 6, 2012 10:52 AM
Obama's first order of business is 18 holes of golf on Wednesday followed by a vacation in Hawaii.
by Nobody Knows More Than Me November 6, 2012 11:23 AM
I think Obama will ride it out and cruise for 4 years. His historic legacy is Health Care. He's good with that, and I don't get a sense he wants to work too hard. I don't see him being ambitious enough to take on another Leftist Dream. We are seeing a very slow economic turn to the positive. Managing the recovery will require careful attention to prevent inflation...which may be inevitable anyway. It will be interesting to see how he handles inflation. Chris Christie is poised to run on the GOP ticket in 2016....so long as he doesn't suffer a heart attack first. He needs to do something about his diet. He could drop a lot of weight in 4 years.
I predict continued gridlock in Congress, which to me is a good thing as it will prevent Dreamland Policies of the left: to solidify abortion constitutionally, amend the 2nd amendment and restrict gun ownership, legalize gay marriage, and tax the rich in retaliation for backing Mitt, protect all of Alaska from oil drilling, force us onto mass transportation and electric & solar vehicles, etc.
You must understand, liberals for the most part believe the government is their only protection from unscrupulous business men & women. They do not believe people are capable of making smart choices on their own. They reject Liberty! People who work in financial services and the like are viewed as opportunists who sold their soul to the devil in return for wealth. Many liberals are members of a union, or work in the public sector to one degree or another, if they work at all. In their MINDS, they are sacrificing themselves for the betterment of others in taking what they deem is lower pay for the greater good. (see: TIAA CREF "For the Greater Good") This is instilled in the public sector worker. Not to mention, many in the public sector believe the government is a bottomless source of money and do not believe taxes alone are the source of revenue to the government. Which is turning out to be veiled reality with the fiat money that has been printed...some Economists argue we don't need to balance anything budget wise, since we print whatever we need anyway and there is no "judgment day" since we control our own currency. This is why Bernanke doesn't shake when he discussed QE-4 in front of the Senate Committee. He knows it doesn't matter anyway. It's an illusion.
As an aside: It's not a good day to lock
by Dr. Branker November 6, 2012 11:34 AM