I do something liberals also don't do. That is I research and 'Check Facts' before making any decision, whether it comes to politics or trading. When it comes to trading you can't just buy what looks good. You will lose your shirt. It is the same with politics. People bought obama without researching and because he looked good. It came back and kicked them in the butt.
There is a lot of buyers remorse with obama. Hey, that is another trading term ;)
Somehow I need to get all sides pissed here?http://www.desismileys.com/smileys/desismileys_0169.gif
Ya know the odd thing? Watching Gomez stand there looking at the stock ticker coming out of his feeder while smoking a cigar is one of the things that made me get interested in stocks and Wall Street. :evil-grin:
It's like... liberalism and conservatism -- these terms mean different things to different people. If someone is intellectually honest (and most people aren't), these terms aren't good or bad. They can't be, because there is no 'fact' of a definition. They mean what a given speaker wants them to mean. Look at Classical Liberalism. From wikipedia --"Classical liberalism is a political ideology, a branch of liberalism which advocates civil liberties and political freedom with limited government under the rule of law and emphasizes economic freedom" Either definitions change, or nothing means anything. :cool:
By that definition, would you consider yourself a classical liberal?