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  1. #1 Donkeys or Elephants. 
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    When Democrats took office in 1993 under Clinton the National debt stood at 4,188,092,107,183 $Tril, however, just months before Clinton ended his term he gave a speech about the National debts increase to 5.7 $Tril. Clinton actually said the debt was reduced and Americans bought it. But lets look at the Clinton years through the eyes of the Punisher.

    http://archives.cnn.com/2000/ALLPOLI...inton.surplus/
    http://www.geocities.com/cmcofer/bill-debt.html

    When Clinton ended his second term in office he left 5,727,776,738,304 Trillion dollar Debt, a quick division amounts the Clinton Administration to a 37% increase under this donkey. Georgie boy inherited this and added to it another 4,296 $Tril to present day stratospheric amount of 10,024,776,738,304 $Tril an increase of 75%. In 1993 $1 is today worth $1.51 a difference of 51 percent inflation. Still when you factor in the inflation to the doubling of the National debt the elephants still spent twice the money, maybe that's why people vote for W twice.

    http://www.geocities.com/cmcofer/bill-debt.html
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_...t#cite_note-20

    Am I pulling for donkeys or elephants? Neither. I know the truth of them both, two sides of the same coin. I offer the best advice to my American brothers and sisters. Tell everyone, everyone you know, tell them both parties spend the Peoples money, tell them the best vote to voice your disgruntle opinion for both parties is silence. Don’t vote. Send fear to flow in their veins. Let the next President sitting in office wonder why! Let the World know that Democracy has failed in the USA, let the World know that only a global revolution will free us from this Tyranny redefined as Democracy.


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    The Real Economy from Clinton to Bush grew only 95% combined (Nominal). This being said a good barometer for purchasing your next home would be to find the estimated value of what it was worth in 1993 and then add 95% to adjust it at “true” present day value. You can use this barometer with stocks you hold in the Market, the True Economy grew by 95% therefore the Dow should be no higher then 6500 points and whoever holds stocks in this over speculated Market is going to suffer more downside.


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    In 1993 when Bill Clinton took office, the Dow sat placidly at 3.300 points. Eight years later when Clinton ended his second term in office in 2001 the Dow was at 10.900 points and had a short time earlier peaked at 11.700 points; that’s over 300% growth in eight years!

    Did the US economy also grow 300% between 1993 and 2001 as the DJIA did?

    The answer is clearly, NO!

    Economic growth in the nineties in the US was very good but that during the entire Clinton era economic growth was not more than 52%. When George W Bush took office in 2001 the Dow Jones should have been at 5.222 points, anything higher would purely be nothing less then "unlimited greed" rigged by manipulation.

    The chickens are coming home to roost!!!
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    Newcastle, this is a discussion forum. If no one wishes to discuss something you have raised it is not appropriate to hold a dialogue with yourself.
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