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So what is your advice Mr Noel? Or can you only through out negative exclamations...'watch out!...it's coming your way...!
"Please pay me for my advise...! I have your interests first and foremost...trust the bankers"...
Bankers will steal the opium suppository from your dying granny's nether regions and charge you a commission on it's extraction.
One cannot reason someone out of something they were not reasoned into. - Jonathan Swift
I trade bonds for a living and last I checked you grandma did not have an account with us so your inheritance is safe
I also don't give advice to folks that aren't clients, especially over the internet. I hope it (inflation) comes because my clients and I are positioned for it. Bring it on!
I am an independent. I see the damage that both major parties have brought to my country. I am in the group of people who pay the MOST taxes of all, and find myself and children ineligible for any and all programs.
It is hard to pass judgement on Obama, as he has not had one budget pass yet. What he says he wants, and what he gets will hopefully be very different. One comforting thought perhaps....Democratic congresses have never "rubber stamped" their president's policies. Clinton didn't get what he wanted, even with his majority congress for two years. As where the GOP tends to all be on the exact same page, and you can turn to any radio station or congressional office and hear the exact same fervor for proposed policies, the Dems tend to be more independent thinkers and therefore infight much more, and get less accomplished. Remember, W didn't have but TWO vetoes in his entire 8 years!! And they came well after his lame-duck period started. Even after Dems took both houses in '06, he got every budget and supplemental spending bill passed w/o trouble.
As for budgets, remember also, Bush inherited a $5 trillion national debt. In 8 years of his budgets, he left our current president $11 Trillion. We had to add another digit to the national debt ticker on his watch and budget.
I'm no fan of Obama, but we're not in this mess because of his 6 months in office, in all impartial fairness.
I used to be a Republican, but in my life, under the names Reagan and Bush, 8 of the 11 trillion dollars were added to the debt. Five trillion in only the last 8 years!! As a fiscal conservative, I have NO PARTY to call home! As someone who has to pay not only my bills each month, now me, my children and grandchildren will be paying Mr. Bush's credit card bills he ran up on OUR tab.
We need Ross Perot!