January 22, 2010
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Bloomberg: Obama Seen as Anti-Business by 77% of U.S. Investors
Yes, the title of my blog was meant to be provocative and to lure people to the link.
The 23% recognize that figureheads like Obama give just enough hope to the masses of non investors, who see the 100% of 'us' as 'the problem' or the reason they're getting 'screwed ovah', so that they allow us to continue living when we are foolish or drunk enough to wander outside our 'exclusive, elite walled compounds'.
If I didn't already know that you're question is rhetorical I would say you need to get out more - maybe take a holiday @ the Jersey Shore:) and I ain't talkin' Stone Hahbah or Cape May eithah - but wherever those doooshbags on MTV are like uh Wildwood or where evah.....
Oh, I don't know...bailouts for every ineffective so-called capitalist comes to mind. Maybe 8 years of easy money, soaring deficits, lackluster job growth. Let's see, oh, a general ongoing decline in industrial competitiveness that didn't start 12 months ago. Enormous gains in the stock market. Need I continue?
Just a rhetorical answer, of course.
Vaction at the Jersey Shore? No thanks. That's where needles and body parts of mobsters wash up. ;)
After reading the entire article I'm even more confused!
27% of investors like Palin.
Now if we surmised that 23% of investors are stupid, that would mean that only 4% of investors like big boobs!
That can't possibly be right!
Oh man... bloomberg media having it's way with the public...
"The global quarterly poll of investors and analysts who are Bloomberg subscribers..."