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Monday, December 19, 2011

WHICH IS MORE LIKELY?




WHAT IS MORE LIKELY?

The Occupy Movement gains steam and continues to grow and become a starting point for a worldwide economic / political revolution
OR
The Occupy Movement begins to fizzle out and lose momentum?


WHAT IS MORE LIKELY?

The U.S. economy continues to grow and recover nicely from the disastrous recession levels of 2008
OR
The U.S. economy does a double dip and slides back into the doldrums?


WHAT IS MORE LIKELY?

That President Obama wins a nifty re-election by overcoming the feeble economy and aggressive campaigning efforts of the Republicans
OR
That President Obama ends up a “one and done” president and loses a heated campaign to Mitt Romney?

WHAT IS MORE LIKELY?

We will begin to see some meaningful reforms from Wall Street and corporate America in general
OR
We will continue to see more of the same old same old(or it gets worse)?


WHAT IS MORE LIKELY?

Following the death of Kim Jong Il, North Korea begins more normalized relations with the greater world community; possibly even a reunification with South Korea
OR
Relations worsen between North Korea and the greater world community with increased nuclear testing, further repression and his son Kim Jong Un continuing in his father’s footsteps?


WHAT IS MORE LIKELY?

The European Debt Crisis will worsen.  Greece, Ireland, Portugal, France, Italy and other countries continue to suffer under crushing austerity measures with no end in sight

OR
The European Debt Crisis begins to ease a bit and respond favorably to the EU emergency measures that have been implemented?


WHAT IS MORE LIKELY?

The U.S. congress “sees the light” and begin to work together for the benefit of all Americans
OR
Pigs will learn how to fly?

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