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Sep 22, 2010 7:52 pm


77% OF US INVESTORS and ANALYSTS CONSIDER OBAMA ANTI BUSINESS



Those doubting the fact that American investors and analysts have indeed embarked on a kind of strike Ayn Rand would have predicted, have only have to refer to the results of the latest quarterly Bloomberg global poll of investors and analysts.

77% of the Americans polled consider Obama anti business.

74% of them have an unfavorable view of Obama.

70% of them say that"they aren’t taking any action in anticipation of a potential increase in U.S. capital-gains taxes."

66% of them believe a Republican take over of Congress would improve matters.

66% believe Obama tax plan will damage the US economy.

Yes, the world likes him better. 66% have a favorable view of Obama and only 50% of them believe his is anti-business. Why shouldn't they like him? He has weakened America and made a world a"fairer" place as they hoped he would do. At least the eyes of American investors and analysts has been opened.

Also see, Corporate leaders are slamming the president over taxes and the uncertain effects of his policies, and the executives' siege mentality is holding back the economy.




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