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Politics
President Al Gore - what should investors expect?
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Emcee:  SnakeInATuxedo Type:  Unmoderated
Forewarned being forearmed, let us be proactive investors by discussing the investment ramifications of the impending Presidency of Al Gore. Given what is known about Mr. Gore, and his political views, what areas of the economy and, thus, stocks will be helped? What areas will be hurt?

Will the sociological horror of watching the second President in history to leave office in disgrace bring about an even greater economic implosion than might otherwise have occurred?

If we fail to plan, we plan to fail. Money will be made under the Administration of President Al Gore; money will be lost. The choice is ours as investors.
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19IF You Wanted To Be Fair Al, Why Didn't You Ask For Something Fair Within 72Dan B.-11/18/2000
18LEGALLY SWAP VOTES WITH A GORE/NADER VOTER FOR MUTUAL GAIN WHERE IT COUNTS!!!!NAS.C. Barnard-10/29/2000
17POll Who is voting for who? Click to vote below and see results. geocities.coBruce Cullen-10/27/2000
16 higher oil prices? Access Magazine Nat'l Weekly Edition June 23, 2000 Along-gone-6/23/2000
15 I would hope after this clinton/gore 8 yr travesty, the american people would hbumn4qrtrs-3/13/2000
14 FRIDAY MARCH 10 2000 -------------------------------------long-gone-3/10/2000
13 CL One of the phony arguments for the preservation of Clinton's tenure isEd Fishbaine-9/17/1998
12 C.L. Beyond facetiousness Clinton is dangerous. Read on: What makes ClintonEd Fishbaine-9/16/1998
11 You're ok, Ed. I like anybody who can be that facetious with a straight faSnakeInATuxedo-9/15/1998
10 to all: Why the attack on Bill Clinton? Look on the positive side: Who elEd Fishbaine-9/15/1998
9 Grandpa, The reason I say that is because I have a personal gripe against thenougie-9/14/1998
8 Nougie: what the hell are you talking about ??? you never have any in the firstBald Man from Mars-9/14/1998
7 What should be expect if Gore becomes president??? The loss of the few remainnougie-9/14/1998
6 Sir--<Let us, then, prepare>The market did prepare. It went up over 170 freelyhovering-9/12/1998
5 LOL. Myron freelyhovering-9/12/1998
4 I expect nothing to happen to Clinton. Maybe one final tongue lashing, this tGROUND ZERO™-9/12/1998
3 I believe you're underestimating both the seriousness of the situation and SnakeInATuxedo-9/11/1998
2 If Al Gore becomes President he will accomplish NADA and have no effect on the Joe Copia-9/11/1998
1 Let's begin by discussing how well or poorly President Gore will be able toSnakeInATuxedo-9/11/1998
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