Wall Street Should Be Prepared – And So Should You

In an interview with CNBC’s John Harwood, Obama once again shows why the polarization in Congress is at record levels. In a brief: he said he is “exasperated”, and that the shutdown is “entirely unnecessary” but adds that he is (finally?) prepared to negotiate, however only after he gets his way namely after the government is reopened. And another important talking point: Obama added that while gridlock in D.C. is nothing new, “this time I think Wall Street should be concerned.” It is unclear how that statement makes any sense in light of Obama’s right hand senator Chuck Schumer telling the man who is really in charge, Ben Bernanke, to get to work. Unless of course, Obama is now angling for a “concerning” market crash, which sends the Dow down by 20% like in the summer of 2011, and Obama can tell the stunned public “I told you so.”

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GoodBusiness
8 years ago

Businesses do not like Obama . . where is the media on this story . .

http://www.gallup.com/poll/165218/business-owners-approval-obama-remains-low.aspx?utm_source=alert&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=syndication&utm_content=morelink&utm_term=All+Gallup+Headlines+-+Politics

U.S. Business Owners’ Approval of Obama Remains Low
http://www.gallup.com
Business owners continue to express low approval of the job President Barack Obama is doing, 37%, compared with 45% among all U.S. workers. Their ratings rank among the lowest of all occupational groups.