i'm goin with that because there's no damn way they'd stand in a line without getting something right away, nor were they there when those social programs were voted on, and when that local congressman/senator was elected.I went out for early voting today. In my small town the line was over an hour wait. My thought is this: If the lines are long in the big cities, my guess is that the voters who Acorn signed up to vote for Obama that probably wouldn't have registered otherwise, will be too lazy to stand in line for an hour and they won't end up voting - or another take may be they are used to standing in lines to get their hand outs and won't mind at all?
Gas is gonna drop through the floor this weekend too. Then right back up for the holidays.Morris is one smart SOB.
I've liked him for a long time and I'd say he's right on the mark with his comments.
I'll go out on a limb and say fridays going to be a big day on wall street.
That should bode well for McCain.
IMO if BHO is elected the market will tank 2000 points.:|err
I'll take 2.14. Hell, anything under 2.50 is a gift here CAmy wife just got in from paris texas, 30 miles south of me, and gas was 1.84 a gallon for regular. its 2.14 when she crossed over into okla..
still in the 2.80's in OC area$2.48 in Glendora