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Hmmm...Here's Wall Street's Opinion of Obama's "Jobs Plan"...

Original post made by Deliberate Job Plan Failure, Amador Estates, on Sep 9, 2011

Not surprising to see up-close and in-person the graphic response of Wall Street regarding the MSM's uber hyped Obama "Jobs Plan."

See Wall Street's opinion here...Web Link

I have a much better plan that Obama could have communicated if he truly wanted jobs to spike upward. This plan is much shorter he may not have even needed a teleprompter to present it.

The plan he should have communicated was ...

"I resign."

The stock market would have skyrocketed.

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Posted by anti-dimwits
a resident of Apperson Ridge
on Sep 9, 2011 at 11:34 am

The dimwit who posted this story for your benefit appears not to have understood the gist of the story. The Wall Street article suggested that markets declined today not because of Obama's speech but because rather markets are anticipating predictable GOP obstructionism.

To wit: "He said a rally earlier in the week in stocks was partially in anticipation of Mr. Bernanke’s and Mr. Obama’s speeches, and their possible policy tools that could be in the making.

The market just doesn’t believe that it is going to be passed by that Republican house,” Mr. Yingst said of Mr. Obama’s speech."

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Posted by GX
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Sep 9, 2011 at 11:40 am

The market is going down because of the rumor that Greece will default this weekend and the ECB is about to lose control of the debt situation in Europe.

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Posted by JP
a resident of Rosewood
on Sep 9, 2011 at 11:51 am

Ah, yes, yet another unsubstantiated attribution of causality. Those Greeks should have been more forceful in making the wealthy pay their fair share. The idiots are out in full force today.

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