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megimoo
10-11-2008, 01:02 PM
Huck is convinced someone or some persons are causing the market to crash. He says this is economic terrorism that needs to be investigated by the CIA.

This was brought to his attention by someone he trusts that is familiar with how the market operates. This person noticed a disturbing trend in the way stocks were being bought and sold. Huck firmly believes this is the case.

Some of us have talked about this theory before and that it could be Soros, Buffet or other Obama supporters. I was never a Huck fan but I'd give my left nut to...
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LogansPapa
10-11-2008, 01:18 PM
:p:p:p OBL is the center of all of this with his cheap credit plan to rule the world. Find him before 11/4 and all will be saved.:rolleyes:

lacarnut
10-11-2008, 01:29 PM
Huck is convinced someone or some persons are causing the market to crash. He says this is economic terrorism that needs to be investigated by the CIA.

This was brought to his attention by someone he trusts that is familiar with how the market operates. This person noticed a disturbing trend in the way stocks were being bought and sold. Huck firmly believes this is the case.

Some of us have talked about this theory before and that it could be Soros, Buffet or other Obama supporters. I was never a Huck fan but I'd give my left nut to...
http://www.freerepublic.com/tag/news-forum/index

The energy market could be manipulated but I doubt the rest of the market could. The credit/ housing mess, panic and fear has caused the stock market to go down in my opinion. Many hedge funds and others had to sell the good stocks to cover their short term debt. When they can not cover; they go under. Also, many investors have automatic stop losses. So when a stock gets below a certain amount (say 20%), it triggers an automatic sell by way of electronic means.

lacarnut
10-11-2008, 01:47 PM
:p:p:p OBL is the center of all of this with his cheap credit plan to rule the world. Find him before 11/4 and all will be saved.:rolleyes:

It is getting late in the game for an October surprise but maybe you and CW could enlighten us with your solutions.

Some of mine would be:

1. Reverse the 700 billion bailout
2. Have the Feds Drop the interest rate 1%
3. Drop interest rates on homes to 4% and require 5% down payment. Eliminate 2nd mortgages.
4. No more damn ARM's
5. Lower income taxes on business's
6. Encourage saving instead of spending by these mental midgets in DC
7. Fire Paulson & Cox

This might infuse a great deal of cash sitting on the sidelines. The bailout is not working because it will take months to take effect.

Goldwater
10-11-2008, 03:36 PM
Yeah we're in tinfoil hat territory now, no evil force is behind the crash, people need to take responsibility.

EDIT: Lac, you want to lower rates even more?! :eek:

LogansPapa
10-11-2008, 03:41 PM
Mine would be the following:

Bail-out nothing and no one. Let the chips fall where they will - let market forces decide.

Prosecute everyone that broke the law. Build prisons to hold them all - in Alaska.

LibraryLady
10-11-2008, 03:46 PM
http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c12/dtharman/Obama/obama_george_soros2.jpg

Goldwater
10-11-2008, 03:50 PM
The full version of that pic looks like the last supper. :D

LibraryLady
10-11-2008, 03:54 PM
The title of the article was Obama as Messiah (http://acroamaticus.blogspot.com/2008/07/obama-as-messiah.html)


Take this extraordinary photograph of Barack Obama, taken by Michael Edwards at a fund-raising event at the home of Steven and Judy Gluckstern, on April 9, 2007 and published in "How Barack Obama Struck Fund-Raising Gold", New York Magazine, April 16 2007. If photography were art, this might be regarded as a masterpiece. It tells a story not only with an obvious mastery of the medium but with a powerful symbolism more than a little reminiscent of traditional religious iconography. It is not difficult to imagine this photograph (which, by all accounts, has not been doctored or edited in any way, other than being presented in the form of a triptych) being analysed centuries hence not only for its innate merit but also for what it reveals about American society at this particular juncture in history.

The entire photo is at the link

Goldwater
10-11-2008, 03:57 PM
The title of the article was Obama as Messiah (http://acroamaticus.blogspot.com/2008/07/obama-as-messiah.html)


The entire photo is at the link

Oh yeah I think it was you who showed me this article months ago.

lacarnut
10-11-2008, 03:59 PM
Yeah we're in tinfoil hat territory now, no evil force is behind the crash, people need to take responsibility.

EDIT: Lac, you want to lower rates even more?! :eek:

Yes for those with great credit. Not those credit cards that your dog can get at 10%. If you have a FICO score below 700 tough shit on a consumer loan.

Bubba Dawg
10-11-2008, 05:39 PM
The full version of that pic looks like the last supper. :D

http://photos12.flickr.com/14425163_0880791c8b.jpg

Social Reject
10-11-2008, 05:53 PM
Huck is convinced someone or some persons are causing the market to crash. He says this is economic terrorism that needs to be investigated by the CIA.

This was brought to his attention by someone he trusts that is familiar with how the market operates. This person noticed a disturbing trend in the way stocks were being bought and sold. Huck firmly believes this is the case.

Some of us have talked about this theory before and that it could be Soros, Buffet or other Obama supporters. I was never a Huck fan but I'd give my left nut to...
http://www.freerepublic.com/tag/news-forum/index

He as delusional now as he was on the campaign trail......

lacarnut
10-12-2008, 05:40 PM
He as delusional now as he was on the campaign trail......

Huck & Pat B. are a pair that beats a full house.

Kristin
10-12-2008, 05:51 PM
am I the only one those thinks his show is terrible?

hampshirebrit
10-12-2008, 05:53 PM
6. Encourage saving instead of spending by these mental midgets in DC


And London, too.

This I can get behind.

Stop taxing interest on savings, especially cash savings.

I already paid tax on it once, when I damn well earned it in the first place.

MrsSmith
10-12-2008, 07:47 PM
That the housing bubble would burst and cause a lot of problems has been known for a long time. Both the Bush administration and McCain have tried to pass regulations for forestall it, but were blocked by Dems. However, given that Wall Street runs on adrenaline and fear, I wouldn't be a bit surprised if people like Soros are "helping" the problem out...and possibly cursing Obama for not making better use of it, given that he had to be asked to come back to Washington to do his job, and then reportedly spent the entire time sitting silent without one helpful suggestion.

FeebMaster
10-12-2008, 08:19 PM
That the housing bubble would burst and cause a lot of problems has been known for a long time. Both the Bush administration and McCain have tried to pass regulations for forestall it, but were blocked by Dems. However, given that Wall Street runs on adrenaline and fear, I wouldn't be a bit surprised if people like Soros are "helping" the problem out...and possibly cursing Obama for not making better use of it, given that he had to be asked to come back to Washington to do his job, and then reportedly spent the entire time sitting silent without one helpful suggestion.

weah. democrats. (http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2002/06/20020618-1.html)

OwlMBA
10-30-2008, 02:52 AM
Huck is an idiot. At least he is when he says stuff like this. Makes him sound like (gag) Ron Paul.....

And what about the crash of '29? Did high-tech terrorists cause that one too? And 81? And 2000? Is every market downturn the result of terrorism?

Or is it possible the government's Affirmative Action policies that forced banks to loan to minorities and others with miserable credit part of the problem?

Constitutionally Speaking
10-30-2008, 07:12 AM
weah. democrats. (http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2002/06/20020618-1.html)


There was nothing in there about forcing the banks to take bad loans. Assistance with a down payment?? - Yes - and I agree that that is not a good thing, but not quite the same as what the DEms did.