up $16.90. <br><br>I just ride it out .... year after year. Glad you guys see an opportunity to buy when the stock takes these wild dips ... you and the other 56 million shares traded so far today.<br><br>
Utterly depressing movie!<br><br>Even today if we have Rockefeller/Rothchild types controlling the Federal Reserve and wars/economy is controlled by them for profit of the filthy rich -- there is NOTHING we can do to stop them.<br><br>The Viet Nam war was not meant to be won -- just sustained!<br><br>The Iraq/Afghan wars are not mean to be won -- just sustained for profit!<br><br>Even electing well intentioned people president such as Ron Paul or Gucinich would not do it. The machines behind politics are too big. <br><br>We just do the best we can with what we have.<br><br>I believe the next president is not a matter of electing a person, rather it is electing the machine behind the person.<br><br>Bush isn't our president. It is the machine behind Bush.<br><br>Nothing can be done about it! We can change machines. One for aother and hope it gets a 'little' bit better. <br><br>Pessimistic ain't I? <br><br><br><br>
AH! That brings us to Mrs. Clinton/Bush...<br><br>...don't tell me you haven't wondered W.T.F.<br>is up with "Slick Willy" & Pappa "H" Bush.<br><br>Even if she wins ...what makes you think<br>that we'll be "changing machines"?<br><br>Reminds me of the set up in "DUNE", when <br>the Emperor sets up the despotic Baron <br>Harkonen as a loathsome figurehead in order <br>to make the people Welcome ANY Change ...<br><br>...when the time was right...<br><br><br><br>[color:green]"...or am I a butterfly that's dreaming she's a woman?"</font color=green> [color:green]. . . _ _ _ . . .</font color=green><br>
So do you think I should vote for Romney or the Mayor?<br><br><br><br>I'm still voting for Clinton/Obama so far. Machines are with us to stay. Just switiching a machine might not change anything but, . . . <br><br>We're a long way from the election. How will it change when brother Bush enters the race?<br><br>How will it change when the Swift Boaters get their engines reved up?<br><br>Who will look the dirtiest?<br><br>Who will even have a chance in hell in getting elected when Bush II declares National Emergency and no elections will be held until . . . ?<br><br>A lot can happen, and just might.<br><br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by KateSorensen on 11/13/07 05:29 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
my Apple shares are all tied up in Roth IRA accounts and i don't even know how to go about selling and switching to something else since i can't officially take the money out of the Roth IRA. in other words, i will ride everything out every time . . . hopefully i figure out how to shift those funds a few days before Steve Jobs quits. <br><br>
RIght On, Sitsa' Soulja!<br><br>I'll prolly be a spoiler & write in "Big Al"<br><br>Wot the hey? <br>If he's good enough for SteveJobs, I guess<br>I'd gladly give him a turn at the wheel.<br><br>Better than anyone else, so far. <br><br>btw:<br>NOT "The Mayer"!<br>I live on the "Right Coast"<br>Trust me, Rude-y was on his way OUT when the planes hit! <br>He did WORSE than NOTHING BETWEEN THE 2 WTC INCIDENTS!!!!<br><br>He's just as bigga' "BLOWHARD" as "the Actor"!<br><br>"A Noun, A Verb & '9/11'"<br>Now, there's an idea! Gore/Biden <br><br><br><br>[color:green]"...or am I a butterfly that's dreaming she's a woman?"</font color=green> [color:green]. . . _ _ _ . . .</font color=green><br>
[color:blue]pretty crazy that a billionaire pays a lower tax rate than a secretary.</font color=blue> - I agree<br><br>My understanding is of the republican mind set on taxes are.<br><br>1 - Tax breaks for the ultra rich - Republicans believe that offering "incentives" the rich will invest in ventures that create more jobs <-- who knows if this happens or not ? but the theory is sound if the rich really do reinvest in creating more jobs.<br><br><br>2 - Big corporate tax breaks - a tiered tax structure to promote re-investment thats creates more jobs or pay a high profit tax <-- sadly most of this money promotes jobs over seas "outsourcing" instead of jobs in the US.<br><br>Bottom line;<br>Giving the ultra rich a tax break say of 10% of say 10 million dollars, this person would do more to create new jobs. Then say Joe Smoe with a 10% tax break of 30 thousand - Anyway I don't agree with it unless there is real proof that jobs are created from these personal tax breaks.<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p><br>1 - Tax breaks for the ultra rich - Republicans believe that offering "incentives" the rich will invest in ventures that create more jobs <-- who knows if this happens or not ? but the theory is sound if the rich really do reinvest in creating more jobs.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Please don't admit you are the last person on the planet that believes in trickle down?<br><br>Rich people spend their money just like everyone else. On stuff that makes them think they are happy. Rich people just spend more. But actually in fewer places.<br><br>I could make up a trickle down theory which calls for a million dollars to poor people will create more jobs than a million to rich people.<br><br>Rich: they buy a watch, a purse and a motorcycle for the million bucks. That employs about 20 people to make those things.<br><br>Poor: they get drunk, buy lottery tickets, burn down their triple decker which the fire dept puts out but arrests their son for selling pot out of the basement. They have only spent 400 bucks and they have already gainfully employed 20 people when you think of the FD and the legal system.<br><br>Trickle down to rich never worked. They just put it in trust funds for their offspring. Poor people spend it immediately on drugs, liquor, movie tickets. Now that's trickle down.<br><br>Rich people are like a US paid for bomb blowing up a building in Iraq during shock and awe. It cost 50 thousand bucks and it is gone in an instant employing the three people on the plane that pushed the button. The same 50 thousand spent by poor people for beer employs hundreds.<br><br>Get more bang for your buck. Take the money you think should be a tax benefit for the rich and go to poor communities and throw it up in the air. Those dollars will be spent (and taxed) over and over again employing many.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
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