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Forum Post: Bet Your House on the Following:

Posted 1 year ago on May 4, 2012, 12:58 p.m. EST by hchc (3297) from Tampa, FL
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  • Obama will win the Whitehouse. The bankers already have their perfect guy, no need to replace him. Running this clown Romney is just to keep the Republicans believing we have choices.

  • The house and senate will remain as they are. And even if they do shift, we can expect more of the same. Both of the parties have had super majorities the last decade. Neither of them did a damn thing with it, besides cater to corporations.

  • The dollar will continue to get stampeded by the Federal Reserve. Our bail outs of Europe and ourselves will continue.

  • The money they print will continue to go to wallst, keep up the stock market. A nice chunk will also go towards commodities, so expect food and energy to keep getting more expensive.

  • The bombing campaigns in the Middle East and Africa will continue. We want to control the entire planet. Likelihood of bombing Iran is minimal. Crippling their innocent people's economy is punishment enough.

  • NOTHING will be done to help the country long term in means of monetary/foreign/trade/tax policy. We may get a few crumbs here and there to keep us believing.

  • NOTHING will be done for campaign finance reform. The politicians are getting rich off of it, and have no desire to stop.

  • More traffic cameras will continue to go up. Accidents will not decrease, but the amount of tax revenue will.

  • Versions of PIPA, SOPA will pass.

The only thing that is a coin toss is the SCOTUS approval of Obamacare. While I think it is a tragedy that they decided to go this route, and forcing us to purchase from the top three corrupted industries and lobbies is incredible, I do predict that the SCOTUS will allow it, do to its huge payoff for the top four insurance companies, and their incredible lobbying powers.

Thoughts?

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[-] 2 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 1 year ago

An issues must first be addressed to have two side.

[-] 2 points by ikki6 (11) 1 year ago

you have 9 here