Bank of America employees are reminded every day of how far they still have to go. Just outside the elevators of their vast third-floor command center, attached to the wall, is a cardboard thermometer that shows them inching toward their goal of signing up 125,000 struggling borrowers for a federal program to modify their mortgages.
The New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq said they would once again enforce a rule of requiring company stocks to trade at more than $1 a share.
The rule was suspended as the stock markets fell last year. Now that a rally has given stocks a boost, the exchanges are ready to put the rule back in place, although nearly 200 companies could find themselves expelled from their stock market, USA Today reported Monday.
Obama thinks he’s still in Kenya and this is his little fiefdom. His third world bullying and Idi Amin-esque tactics echo the same second rate gangland style politics of his homeland countries of Kenya and Indonesia where he grew up.
Last month, Obamafia threatened CEOs. He actually said, “my administration is the only thing between you and the pitchforks.” That’s not a president, that’s a tyrant. This is an egregious abuse of power. And though exposed, the autocrat‘s unchallenged attacks on America proceed unabated.
Robert Tracinski of TIA daily elaborates:
In her timeless book Atlas Shrugged, author Ayn Rand chronicled the fictional doings of many great industrialists who were dealing with the greedy hand of government, including Hank Riordan. In an early chapter, Riordan was asked by a relative who his man in Washington was, but he had no answer.
A productive person driven by his own self interest, it never occurred to Riordan to look to Washington for help in growing his business, or for handouts meant to keep it afloat. Success for him resulted from being profitable, and profits were the certain signal that he was giving customers of his massive steel corporation what they wanted.
Anyways, people it is over……all I can say is game over…..good luck to you all in the future. I hope I can afford a $35.00 loaf of bread here in the near future.