Monday, September 15, 2008

Dewey Defeats Truman

Assuming he wrote this piece sometime last week -- just a few days before this weekend's historic events -- the stellar record he established here is intact.

And remember: "Full disclosure: I'm an adviser to John McCain's campaign"...

The importance of this election becomes clearer every day.

5 Comments:

Blogger John Wendt said...

"Full disclosure: I'm an adviser to John McCain's campaign"

He did say that McCain never takes his advice. What does that say about the candidate, or the advisor?

9/15/2008 7:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I emailed these two comments to myself last summer ('07) so I wouldn't forget:

Jim Cramer:

[complaining about bearish commentators that recommend raising cash, etc.] "How in heck can these people who said there would now be a dramatic
aversion of risk still have jobs? Still be quoted? I think it is
because no one ever gets called out for being negative or cautious,
even if it costs you money. The asymmetrical nature of the
prudent/reckless dichotomy shows its face again. Just plain farcical, if you ask me."

Don Luskin:

"The stock market can't be fooled. That's what these new all-time
highs are about. Do you think that would be happening if the bears had
even a sliver of an argument here?"

9/15/2008 8:13 AM  
Blogger DrDave said...

Doug Feith now has competition for the title Dumbest F*cking Guy in the World."

9/15/2008 11:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dow 9,000 soon ...or a capituation rally?


Wall Street crisis could put Fed rate cut in play- AP Big Risk:
Surging Debt Makes U.S. More Dependent on China, Russia, Gulf
States- Tech Ticker Dow Down 500: It Could Have Been Worse, but
'Crash' Risk Remains, Roubini says- Tech Ticker Meltdown shakes
up Wall Street's workers- AP


Chart says huge selling ahead

http://investors.online.com/quickchart/quickchart.asp?symb=djia&sid=1643


Dow Down 500: It Could Have Been Worse, but
'Crash' Risk Remains, Roubini says- Tech Ticker Meltdown shakes
up Wall Street's workers-

9/15/2008 10:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Importance? Since the Bernacke-Paulson ticket is setting all policy, doesn't that mean it now does not matter who the nominal President is?

9/21/2008 4:27 PM  

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