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  • #16
    Getting back to Biden, while we don't know the full "scoop" on the Hunter "Hard Drive".......i think they leave him in place.
    If they cut him now the DNC will become a Bloodbath (That's why they refused to look at why they lost in 2016).

    mike

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    • #17
      You can see they are very confident on it if they are not anxious to reveal it even after 30 million have voted.

      What would happen to stocks if they have to withdraw Biden? I assume stocks will fall due to the "October surprise".
      Last edited by touchring; 10-19-20, 12:02 AM.

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      • #18
        https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...dgy-deals.html

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        • #19
          Twiiter & Face book stock?

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          • #20
            All these farms will require a lot of capex. Will interest rates be low forever? A bet on energy is a bet on inflation.

            Originally posted by Mega View Post
            If he wins, you can join the Limy-ville

            "Now there are signs that the UK government is preparing a carbon tax, with industry, agriculture and transport all paying for their carbon output. This means that innovators will be encouraged to find new ways of reducing their carbon emissions by technological advances, without the heavy hand of government or the stamped foot of Greta forcing them to limit their activities. If they go ahead with that, then the UK government might well itself deserve a Nobel Prize.

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            • #21
              Agreed, but i no idea when things will turn......weeks, months, years?

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              • #22
                Maybe in a year's time oil will spike? Democrats like to start wars in the ME. Maybe Britain will be invited to take part again? People have short memory. It wasn't too long ago, a couple years, we were talking about the USA starting WWIII on this forum.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by touchring View Post
                  Democrats like to start wars in the ME..
                  which wars were those? post kuwait invasion? george hw bush. afghanistan? george w bush. iraq? george w bush. have to give the dems "credit" for stepping into it in libya, but involvement was minor compared to those others.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by jk View Post
                    which wars were those? post kuwait invasion? george hw bush. afghanistan? george w bush. iraq? george w bush. have to give the dems "credit" for stepping into it in libya, but involvement was minor compared to those others.
                    The arab spring, syrian war, followed by millions of refugees unleashed onto Europe. Well, it might repeat again, who knows?

                    We're all intelligent people here, there's no need to say out the obvious what happened at that time.
                    Last edited by touchring; 10-19-20, 01:14 PM.

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