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ygfperson
07-19-2002, 05:26 PM
do you agree?

The Dog
07-19-2002, 05:28 PM
HA, it's Bushism

I agree.

DISGUISED
07-19-2002, 05:36 PM
That's funny but of course not.

lightatdawn
07-19-2002, 06:28 PM
That hilarious. If stretched over a longer term (Bush enters office -> Bush leaves) you'd probably find it actually is true. :D

He always reminds you of that unwanted 'ally' who sides with you in an argument but everything he says just makes life worse for you. Know what I mean?

The Dog
07-19-2002, 06:32 PM
He always reminds you of that unwanted 'ally' who sides with you in an argument but everything he says just makes life worse for you. Know what I mean?


I hear you loud and clear!

mithrandir
07-19-2002, 06:33 PM
He should try inserting some subliminable messages into his speeches.

dbaryl
07-19-2002, 07:52 PM
Is there anywhere you can see the real Dow Jones average for that period?

ygfperson
07-19-2002, 08:59 PM
here (http://quote.yahoo.com/q?s=^DJI&d=c&t=5d&l=on&z=b&q=l)

(although this might be up only for friday)

the pic is from The Daily Show so of course it's true. :D

you can't really tell the times on that graph, but it looks like the daily show is exaggerating a bit

still, we've seen the force of the words of bush...

TravisS
07-20-2002, 01:58 PM
Lol, it's true enough ;)

My Oracle stock (just as an example) was us 600%, then bush stepped in, now it's up all of about 15%.
My college fund is also a good example of what bush has done to help me out:mad:

Unregistered
07-22-2002, 02:56 AM
hmm its amazing you even own stock if that is how stupid you are thinking that Bush caused this. Maybe it was something called, Enron or WorldCom. Does that ring a bell? Did you know that the economy fluctuates? That when Clinton was in the economy was on the verge of doing good without his help? Did you know that all those "wonderful" changes ol' bill did did more harm to the economy? Do you think that he would be the one blamed for it? No. You know why? Because ignorant people blame the current person in office. When Bill Clinton was in office I never said anything bad about him, you know why he was my commander in chief. There is some things that you civilians will never understand. We work hard for our Country and you know what we see? Our own countrymen (and women) tearing down the country from the inside. While overseas I have noticed upon returning to the US that the country has declined steadily. The problem is in part the fault of the politicians but the real problems is the people. The greatest nation on earth is being torn apart by its own people. Look at it if you goto another country to become a citizen YOU must conform to there society. Is that true to the US? No whenever immigrants come to the US it is us that must conform to their way of life. There is lots of problems with the US now and will be more in the future. If you want to put blame on someone that take a look in the mirror. You are part of the problem as is me and every other american. Our attitudes need to change. We need to protect our society first then others after.

Cshot
07-22-2002, 11:37 AM
Nah, I think it's Bush. Not Enron or WorldCom.

BTW, it's just a joke.

Govtcheez
07-22-2002, 11:38 AM
> He always reminds you of that unwanted 'ally' who sides with you in an argument but everything he says just makes life worse for you. Know what I mean?

I agree, l@d. Canada DOES suck.

:D

dirkduck
07-22-2002, 11:56 AM
Heh, I saw that last week (Daily Show).

ygfperson
07-22-2002, 11:58 AM
all truth be known, bush was just at the wrong place at the wrong time. clinton's advisors used to say to him: "don't ring the stock market opening bell: you'll be blamed if the stock market goes down".