Thursday, February 28, 2008

Election Odds: Obama Now Almost a 6:1 Favorite

From trading on for politicial futures contracts:

2008 Democratic Nomination:
P (Obama) = 85%
P (Clinton) = 15%


At 2/28/2008 6:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Better start praying. The economic literacy of Barack Obama is non-existent.

Looks like health care isn't the only thing Canada has to offer. Balanced budgets, debt reduction, targeted tax cuts..nice to have a leader who is also an economist. It's the kind of change that one can really warm to.

At 2/28/2008 8:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

looks like Barack Obama will get to be the one in charge as the US goes into a hyper-inflationary depression. To bad, I would have loved to see Hillary in the cat bird seat as this piece of crap came tumbling down.

Oh and old bucky another new low today. Every time helicopter Ben opens his mouth the shorts pile on.

This sucker will be at 60 by the election, oil at 125 and gold over a 1k.

At 2/29/2008 7:41 AM, Anonymous Kevin said...

Dear Dumb Anonymous

The dollar is NOT at a RECORD LOW! The Euro has only been around a few years you dope! And, if you think Obama will be President, you really are out to lunch...barring a major gaffe, McCain is going to win easily.

At 2/29/2008 1:14 PM, Blogger juandos said...

Hmmm, well its apparent that the big eared lad with a track record of lying and who doesn't want to be known as a LIBERAL has done it again: Obama will lie to his supporters regarding NAFTA...

I wonder if this will affect the religious fervor of his obviously brainless supporters?

Will the odds change for Hillary?

At 2/29/2008 4:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Glad to hear about NAFTA even if it is dishonest to attack Hillary Clinton for voting for NAFTA to curry favor with the extreme fringe.

What about the Obama's proposed legislation which will result in the application of US corp tax rates to overseas profits for American multi-nationals? This will mean that American companies will be paying higher taxes than foreign competitors.

Say it ain't so...


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