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Technology Stocks : Texas Instruments - Good buy now or should we wait?
TXN 117.73-0.7%3:40 PM EDT

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To: tree_toe_bandito who wrote (6147)10/25/2008 9:31:59 PM
From: Woody_Nickels  Read Replies (1) of 6170
 
Not just Aluminum foil, but TP!
Always in short supply.

The Fed. Gov't has too many c(r)ooks in the soup.
And they forget/ignore who they represent/serve.
Some are criminals disguised as legislators.
Frank, Dodd, and some others should be in jail
with the bankers and mortgage vendors that facili-
tated this mess.

Kusinich was on some business show today saying
"We have to keep people in their homes!"
If I had known that, I'd have bought a bigger one
than I could afford, like the dumbasses he wants
to bail out. Let the dumbasses rent my little
house so I can get a bigger one. But now
I can't qualify for a second mortgage because my
job was outsourced to India, and I work in a
friggin' warehouse for 1/2 pay.

BTW, TXN is a bargain at these levels, IMHO.

Oh, and Obama has no record to run on, or counter.
I don't like his plans to make gov't bigger. That
has never been a good idea in the past. Politicians
already broke Soc. Sec. and Medicare/Aid, and now
they want my 401K and universal healthcare? God
help us.
I don't want to work for the gov't. The Post Office
turned me down because I didn't fit their PC profile.
I applied to teach school, because they were begging
for science teachers, but again "No!" Now they want
my 401K to play with? Hell NO! It's all I have left,
and it's not much really. Should I cut back on my
401K contributions?

Woody
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