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Ron Paul Going The Distance



February 14, 2008 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: GLD

Again, for those, who do not think this has anything to do with stocks. I say, you canNOT find the forest for the trees. 

If you were partial informed of the background of Bush and Chenney, you could have riden oil from $27 to $93. HAL from $3 to 30. Politicial influence 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 guess at where we are going next.

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

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


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#1) On February 14, 2008 at 7:40 AM, 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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#2) On February 14, 2008 at 9:15 AM, abitare (29.62) wrote:


Thank you for the reply. I had to repost due to the message being cut out. 

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