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Ron Paul and Going the Distance (11 Feb 08)

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February 14, 2008 – Comments (7) | RELATED TICKERS: GLD , OIH , HAL

Again, for those, who do not think the election has anything to do with stocks.

I say, you canNOT find the forest for the trees.

If you were studying the background of Bush and Cheney prior to their election to office, you could have ridden oil from $27 to $93, HAL from $4 to 30. Politics is the greatest inefficient in the market. Politicians are beholden to those who front them the money to campaign.

KBR, HAL, Carlyle Group etc.... What are the holding of Carlyle Group? Who does Bush Sr work for? Are you surprised we are war? Are you surprised at the length of the occupation?

Homework, homework, homework, to outperform the market you need to be ahead. You need to make an informed guesses at where we are going next.

FYI - I was going to write about Condi Rice and Congressmen Wexler. But Ron Paul’s message is far more important. Ron Paul's campaign marks the level of resistance Americans will show to further war, debasement of the currency, totally ridiculous candidates that are running etc....

When a currency is destroyed, the middle class is wiped out. 

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#1) On February 14, 2008 at 9:13 AM, abitare (39.45) wrote:

Repost due to bad grammer and part of the message was cut out.

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#2) On February 14, 2008 at 10:52 AM, leohaas (32.77) wrote:

For once I agree with you! Of course politics has its influence on stocks. Which is exactly why HAL and KBR will tank when King George leaves the throne, unless we elect John "100-year war" McCain. And if you foresee that Ron Paul gets elected, buy gold and sell every company that depends on government contracts for a significant part of its revenues...

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#3) On February 14, 2008 at 1:16 PM, abitare (39.45) wrote:

leohaas,

For once we agree with each other. If McCain gets elected, buy farmland, rifles, and stockpile rations.

I have no idea, who Obama is beholden to. Bush has spent the US near bankruptcy wih future obligations.

The debt is not going to go away for years. 

I think you can buy gold anyways, as the US might move to default.

 

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#4) On February 14, 2008 at 3:29 PM, tmer11 (23.73) wrote:

You should be Ron Paul's campaign manager because I don't think he has one.

He is never mentioned in the news.

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#5) On February 14, 2008 at 4:07 PM, abitare (39.45) wrote:

:) 

There is no wealth redistribution in Dr Paul’s election. Why would privately owned media/businesses, which count on DC largess, sponsor a candidate which promises to eliminate the IRS and the war? There is no militarism or corporatism payback from Dr Paul.

Dr Paul is relying on his message and his supporters to spread the message of limited government and sound money.

But Dr Paul is now in 3rd place out of 11 GOP candidates.

Dr Paul also has the largest single day collection of $6 million.

He is also has received the most money in the fourth quarter of any GOP candidate of $20 million. He is not unknown to those that are paying attention. He also has received more money from Active Duty Military then all other candidates combined.

Dr Paul is the people's choice. Bush has spent $6 trillion chasing a CIA trainee gone awry. Would your company rather “invest" or sponsor McCain, who would consider another "100 years" in Iraq or a candidate who wants to end the war?

Dr Paul surpassed Paris Hilton in search on the web, not a small achievement.

He also has far more viewer and friends in Myspace and youtube then any other candidate. Obama is very high also.

A video worth watching:

 

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#6) On February 14, 2008 at 5:42 PM, ATWDLimited (< 20) wrote:

All too true Ron Paul will be best for the free market, low taxes, small governemnt, stable currency and no wars. So I will conclude Whats good for bussiness is what Ron Pual stands for. 

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#7) On February 14, 2008 at 9:38 PM, abitare (39.45) wrote:

ATWD,

We are aligned. 

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