David Weidner sees an unspoken motivation at work in both D.C. and Wall Street as the debt...

David Weidner sees an unspoken motivation at work in both D.C. and Wall Street as the debt ceiling deadline nears: "We like games of chicken." Given the way each side is misreading the other - "the lawmakers seem to be underestimating the markets and the markets seem to be overestimating the lawmakers" - the odds rise that we will find out how spectacular the crash will really be.
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  • Wyatt Junker
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    Things were going just fine. Obama was on board with over $4 trillion in cuts, no taxes.


    Then Nancy Pelosi got involved in the talks.


    ... and here we are.


    It was the same with Zerocare.


    Its Hammertime with the Cackler!


    28 Jul 2011, 05:54 PM Reply Like
  • Poor Texan
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    Why pick on poor Nancy? She lost her government provided air fleet but at least she was able to keep the exemption from minimum wage on the Samoans working for her husband.:-(
    28 Jul 2011, 06:11 PM Reply Like
  • MexCom
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    The Republicans are going long the market. They are going to delay as much as possible to buy the grand dump.
    28 Jul 2011, 06:09 PM Reply Like
  • ed1212
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    A man looking from Argentina.
    The crash is imminent, the winners will be those that hold Gold, Silver, and land. USA is in bankruptcy. Stop kinking the can.... any further.
    29 Jul 2011, 12:45 AM Reply Like
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