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Offline USA4ME

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primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« on: March 03, 2009, 06:47:18 PM »
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Some ASS on CNBC

Just said the Market is voting no on the new Administration. He just said there is no bottom in sight, and we're facing massive tax increases. WHO IS FACING MASSIVE TAX INCREASES?! YOU ARE ****ING RICH BASTARD. People, these people running your financial system are GOP right wing pigs. The economy can almost not possibly get better, because even if something good happens, good news comes out, they'll bring on some chimp to spout to the viewers how horrible something else is, and it will continue to go down.

THE WHITEHOUSE NEEDS TO GET OUT THERE AND START PUMPING THE GOOD. THERE HAS TO BE SOMETHING. THEY NEED TO GET IT OUT THERE. MAKE THESE PIGS EAT IT! FIRE YOUR ADVISOR IF THEY ARE LINKED TO THESE PUKES.

http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=show_mesg&forum=389&topic_id=5169904&mesg_id=5169904

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1. that's utter bullshit...cnbc is out of control....

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2. CNBC is acting treasonously. Trying to control the Government big time.

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26. Shut them down! Right ****ing now!

freedom demands it

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16. He was the most outrageous ass I've seen on CBS in a long parade of outrageous asses. Every other word was OBAMA. The markets hate Obama. Obama doesn't know. Obama doesn't care. Obama's people don't have a clue. Obama is destroying the economy.

And dumbass Harry played right along with this obvious hired hand. Beyond disgusting.

It reminded me of those days when every military "advisor" was a hired hand on the network news with some brave rah rah talking point about the war.

I expect to see more of these...

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7. Let it crash all the way...

Then Obama can step in and SOCIALIZE and nationalize everything to protect 'We The People' from the Wealthy Elite's tilted system.

For entertainment, we would all get to sit back and watch Greasy Fat Rich Bastards go nuts and explode everywhere.

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We need to do something about CNBC...... 

Because they are like bankers complaining about Bail outs. Doesn't compute.

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9. Corporate "personhood" is our biggest threat

Young people don't know this, but there was a time, when the only "news" about the "market" was an occasional blurb at the END of the nightly newscast, and a few pages of the newspaper, right before the classified ads..

But then businesses back then were not the predatory behemoths they are now..  :(

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15. SEDITION BY THE REPUBS AND MEDIA

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14. We need massive tax increases.

It's the only way to pay back what we owe.

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18. Memo to ASS on CNBC:

No, the market is not voting on the new administration. The people did that last November and the polls say that that, collectively, the people feel even more strongly about the new administration today.

What the market is doing is reacting to the malfeasance of the market makers, bankers and derivative brokers over the last decade or so, coupled with the irritating and incessant bullshit coming out of gasbags like you on irresponsible networks like CNBC. What do I mean irresponsible? I mean a network that would fall for an organized, professional PR campaign that resulted in a staged rant from a little known (and rightly so) mini gasbag named Rick Santelli... faux outrage used to be the province of Faux News and Rush Limpballs, but not anymore I guess.

So you at CNBC, along with your friends Limpballs, Dobbs, Beck, Cramer, Scarborough and others that simply want to rehash the same old, failed supply side, trickle down economics and uncontrolled greed that got us into this mess... by all means carry on. It is clear that most of the public isn't listening and the audience of ditto heads you have left isn't big enough to matter much any more.

That is all.

The still senseless primitive forgets; in the election one person equals one vote, and after the election one dollar equals one vote.

And it is all when WE say it's all, not you.  Not ever you.

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21. Good. If they don't want to play, fine. **** them and their wealth. Nationalize all of it

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22. You know I'm going to go on ETrades and buy stock in a Hollywood Studio. Seriously - that's a nice easy way to stick it to the 'man'. And they WERE just saying how great the Movies are doing. And being the shills they are for the Republicans and their 'anti-Hollywood meme' - it's just my little way in my little corner of the world to stick it to the man.

No doubt your $0.22 investment (a weeks pay for you) dropping to a value of only $0.06 will really stick it to the man.  :whatever:

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27. My Wife and I work for the same company and just (now) got a pay cut.

Yes, minutes ago. 401k match gone. PTO payout gone. They cut 5 people, luckily neither of us. I'm glad I have job, but it irratates me this fat ass rich mother****er is complaining (lying actually while he's doing it) because he feels that the Amercian elite can endure a Tax increase to help the country. How about your workers quit on your ass. How will your livelyhood look then. Then CNBC spouts end of the world, it's Obama's fault. The people need to take back this country from these pigs. My 401 will be haulted, so I won't be investing. It helps feed the downfall, but maybe they'll realize the RICH need to prop up the non-rich for a while. Even if it's %100.00 tax for a year. Tell Manny Ramirez to **** himself while he's at it. It's our only escape I know, but people need to quit showing up for pro Sports. I LOVE sports. But it's too much. These guys can live on 6 figures for a while!!

Poor primitives.  The average person just won't do what they desire them to do.

Look DUmmies, CNBC overall is as left-wing as it gets, it's just you're so far left you believe the left is the right, so you don't recognize it. But if they're giving Hussein grief, it's just a matter of time until it all falls apart.  I'd say this summer is going to change a lot of monds.  By Christmas time, he's gonna be in a world of hurt unless he suddenly goes conservative and abandons you idiots.

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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #1 on: March 03, 2009, 06:53:29 PM »
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THE WHITEHOUSE NEEDS TO GET OUT THERE AND START PUMPING THE GOOD. THERE HAS TO BE SOMETHING. THEY NEED TO GET IT OUT THERE. MAKE THESE PIGS EAT IT! FIRE YOUR ADVISOR IF THEY ARE LINKED TO THESE PUKES.
Your screeching amuses me.

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26. Shut them down! Right ****ing now!

freedom demands it
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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #2 on: March 03, 2009, 06:56:55 PM »
Now the dummies want to shut CNBC down?  What happened to that thing called a constitution?  You know, that piece of paper the dummies were bitching about George Bush shredding on a daily basis. 

But remember, they believe Obama when he says that we should practice trickle up economics.  How's that working out for ya, dummies?

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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #3 on: March 03, 2009, 07:00:32 PM »
Their angst amuses me.


Waking up to reality DUmba$$es?

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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #4 on: March 03, 2009, 07:06:01 PM »
I swear that the DUmp has become so overrun with moles that it has switched to a parody site.

I guess Obama is not the right guy to make socialism work either.
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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #5 on: March 03, 2009, 07:06:27 PM »
here we go again.

Cramer is a liberal. he donated more than a hundred grand to the Democrats. he voted for Obambi.

now he is a repuke?

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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #6 on: March 03, 2009, 07:10:35 PM »
This pleases me (their response, not the stock market).   :-)

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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #7 on: March 03, 2009, 07:11:49 PM »
they don't know the firsdt thing about the economy. like Obambi.
its just pathetic. these people say things that make no sense whatsoever.
the market is not there to prop up the poor. they are predicting where the economy is headed.

straight down the flusher.

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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #8 on: March 03, 2009, 07:35:27 PM »
If there is, nobody seems to be able to find it.

The Little Goons are working with the same principle ObamaClown has been trying to sell as "good sense".  Any action, whether it is the right action - regardless if it is damaging action - is better than no action.

The heights of moronics the DUmp has achieved is astounding.

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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #9 on: March 03, 2009, 07:48:37 PM »
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26. Shut them down! Right ******* now!

Fascism demands it

Fixed.
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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #10 on: March 03, 2009, 07:51:05 PM »
Fixed.

they cannot go 8 words without contradicting themselves or simply being illogical

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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #11 on: March 03, 2009, 07:54:43 PM »
Here's what's got the Little Goons panties in a bunch:

Jim Creamer on the Today Show this morning:

LAUER: Famously in October, Jim, I don't mean to interrupt, but famously in October, you told people if you need this money in the next five years, get it out of the market. And then in November on the 24th, you said this to me on our show, you said "Matt, but confidence, confidence can be restored. A lot of what's going on is gloom. Some of this is pessimism that's unwarranted. Fast action by Obama could take that off the table." We had a stimulus package, we had a housing bailout, we've got efforts to save the banks. People would say that's fast action. Why hasn't it worked?

CRAMER: We have an agenda in this country now that I would regard as being a radical agenda. I think that we had a budget that came out that basically put a level of fear in this country that I have not seen ever in my life, and I think that that changed everything.

LAUER: So, the policies are not shareholder-friendly?

CRAMER: Shareholder-friendly? This is the most, greatest wealth destruction I've seen by a president.

BURNETT: The country's friendly. I mean, there is a way to put it together, and I've got to say --

CRAMER: The stock market is the country right now. This is where people's weath is. This is their pension plans, their 401(k)s, their IRAs.

http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sheppard/2009/03/03/cramer-greatest-wealth-destruction-president
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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #12 on: March 03, 2009, 08:23:03 PM »
From TRG's link:

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... we've passed the point of panic where you see the sudden down drafts and now there is just sort of this overall malaise that has settled over frankly the entire country, which makes it broader than just the market. I mean the market just keeps going down. But people just have this sense of negativism and we're resigned to think of things being bad, and that's why you see it.

Using the term "malaise" is being kind.

Someone besides Cramer needs to spill the truth, and that is people who are investors and can make or break the market don't trust Hussein.

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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #13 on: March 03, 2009, 09:10:18 PM »
Here's what's got the Little Goons panties in a bunch:

Jim Creamer on the Today Show this morning:

LAUER: Famously in October, Jim, I don't mean to interrupt, but famously in October, you told people if you need this money in the next five years, get it out of the market. And then in November on the 24th, you said this to me on our show, you said "Matt, but confidence, confidence can be restored. A lot of what's going on is gloom. Some of this is pessimism that's unwarranted. Fast action by Obama could take that off the table." We had a stimulus package, we had a housing bailout, we've got efforts to save the banks. People would say that's fast action. Why hasn't it worked?

CRAMER: We have an agenda in this country now that I would regard as being a radical agenda. I think that we had a budget that came out that basically put a level of fear in this country that I have not seen ever in my life, and I think that that changed everything.

LAUER: So, the policies are not shareholder-friendly?

CRAMER: Shareholder-friendly? This is the most, greatest wealth destruction I've seen by a president.

BURNETT: The country's friendly. I mean, there is a way to put it together, and I've got to say --

CRAMER: The stock market is the country right now. This is where people's weath is. This is their pension plans, their 401(k)s, their IRAs.

http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sheppard/2009/03/03/cramer-greatest-wealth-destruction-president


Video at:  http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/22425001/vp/29478113#29478113
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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #14 on: March 03, 2009, 09:13:05 PM »
Cramer:  It won't come to civil unrest.

Wanna bet?
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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #15 on: March 04, 2009, 12:29:33 AM »
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THE WHITEHOUSE NEEDS TO GET OUT THERE AND START PUMPING THE GOOD. THERE HAS TO BE SOMETHING. THEY NEED TO GET IT OUT THERE. MAKE THESE PIGS EAT IT!

Onambla used the word "crisis" something like 25 times in his Arizona speech just a few days ago. What "good" is he going to now speak about?
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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #16 on: March 04, 2009, 01:05:17 AM »



Waking up to reality DUmba$$es?

Never.

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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #17 on: March 04, 2009, 09:03:49 AM »
I have some questions:

Why is a guy named AngryAmish posting on an electrical device?
How is buying stock in a Hollywood studio sticking it to the man?
How does one go about "shutting down" a TV network, exactly?
Has there been a more entertaining thread in some time?


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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #18 on: March 04, 2009, 09:27:04 AM »
I have some questions:

Why is a guy named AngryAmish posting on an electrical device?
How is buying stock in a Hollywood studio sticking it to the man?
How does one go about "shutting down" a TV network, exactly?
Has there been a more entertaining thread in some time?


-Maybe AngryAmish is angry about being Amish and has turned into a rebel.

-It supports the propaganda machine.

-By closing your eyes and wishing real hard.

-The Little Goon's Economics Tutorials are certainly in the running.

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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #19 on: March 04, 2009, 09:35:04 AM »
-Maybe AngryAmish is angry about being Amish and has turned into a rebel.

Bite your tongue. There's nothing rebel about any of those fools at the DUmp.  :stirpot:
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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #20 on: March 04, 2009, 09:46:35 AM »
Bite your tongue. There's nothing rebel about any of those fools at the DUmp.  :stirpot:

Don't say "bite your tongue" to a new denture wearer.   :tongue:

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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #21 on: March 04, 2009, 10:33:54 AM »
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26. Shut them down! Right ****ing now!

freedom demands it

This may be the most perfect example of cognative dissonance I have ever seen in my life.
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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #22 on: March 04, 2009, 11:19:03 AM »
My, my, look at all the little Mussolinis running around over there!

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« Reply #23 on: March 04, 2009, 11:34:20 AM »
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26. Shut them down! Right ****ing now!

freedom Obamawannabe demands it

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Re: primitive dislikes donkey on CNBC
« Reply #24 on: March 04, 2009, 01:16:54 PM »
Interesting... from my moderate point of view, I don't think news is slanted as much as some people believe - rather - it is infotainment, a collection of crisis and celebraty.

That being said, conservatives here never suggest that the government shutdown even the most left-leaning of news outlets.  However, even the hint of a conservative opinion on a news outlet is grounds for shutdown from DU.