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    Default Re: Impact of the election on pricing?

    Quote Originally Posted by N80 View Post
    But, if no one has any money, it doesn't matter how low the prices go!
    We will all have money, after the wealth is redistributed... so we can all buy what we want. I believe New Zealand is warmer than Canada, I think that is the direction I want to go. I still think I am going to write in Sheriff Joe!
    Jim

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    Default Re: Impact of the election on pricing?

    Quote Originally Posted by N80 View Post
    But, if no one has any money, it doesn't matter how low the prices go!
    You stand to be hit big times. Higher taxes and caps on income with Federal control of health care system. It amazes me all the people who say they want Federal Control of our health care system and so many jump up and down about how great that will be and yet no one brags on the VA system or remembers all the complaints on the military hospitals which are 100% Federal Controlled.

    This election has my attention as it threatens both mine and my wifes careers. Forget income taxes if no incomes. Please, Amercia THINKkt

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    Default Re: Impact of the election on pricing?

    I suppose there's just no way to keep this thread from being political, so it seems to be time to close it.
    Bird

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