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15.12.00 10:11

992 Postings, 7813 Tage börse1Reitet Bush den Bullen ? ? ? ?

Reitet Bush den Bullen?

Die Amerikaner haben es uns nicht leicht gemacht. Doch nun ist der Neue
da. Lässt Bush die Bullen los fragt Michael Dammann.


Nun haben sie es also doch geschafft. Der mächtigste Staat der Welt hat
einen neuen Präsidenten. George W. Bush wird am 20. Januar als 43. Präsident
in das Weiße Haus einziehen. Herzlichen Glückwunsch! Was haben wir nicht
alles erlebt. Wochenlang spannte uns ein seltsam anmutendes Wahlsystem
auf die Folter. Anfechtungen, Eilanträge und Gegenanträge lösten einander
in rascher Folge ab. Mal präsentierte sich Bush als Sieger, dann wieder
schien Gore die besseren Karten in der Hand zu halten. Eine politische
Satire erster Güte. Bananenrepublik USA! Doch halt! War da nicht noch etwas?
Ja, richtig. Den Finanzmärkten stoßen Bananen(-Republiken) in der Regel
bitter auf. Nichts hassen sie so sehr wie politische Unsicherheit. Entsprechend
rauschten die Aktienkurse in den Keller.

Neue Männer braucht das Land

Aber jetzt ist ein neuer Mieter für das Weiße Hause gefunden. Weiß eigentlich
jemand, wer letztlich die Wahlen in Florida gewonnen hat? Hat nun Al Gore
landesweit die meisten Stimmen auf sich vereint oder etwa doch George Bush?
Unwichtig! Ein neuer Mann muss her. Demokratische Legitimation oder gar
die Befähigung für das Amt sind da nebensächlich. Außerdem: Nach den Regeln
der angelsächsischen Demokratie reicht es für Bush. The winner takes it
all. Womit wir beim Thema wären: Gewinner gab es in den zurückliegenden
Wochen leider nur herzlich wenige. Denn während die beiden Streithähne
alle Gerichtsinstanzen beschäftigten und zahllosen Anwälten zu einem kleinen
Vermögen verhalfen, verloren Anleger an den Börsen Milliarden.

Nemax, Nasdaq, Dax und Dow. Alle wurden sie hart gebeutelt und verloren
innerhalb von nur drei Wochen bis zu 25 Prozent. Die Herbstrallye war verpufft,
ehe sie richtig begonnen hatte. Dabei standen wir doch schon längst in
den Startlöchern. Die Brieftasche war gezückt. Man war bereit, wieder einzukaufen.
Die Verluste von September und Oktober wollten schließlich wieder wettgemacht
werden. Und alles schien so leicht. Wird es Al Gore, holt man sich ein
paar Umwelttechnologie- und Healthcarewerte ins Depot. Gewinnt George Bush,
investiert man eben in Öl, Rüstung oder Tabak. So einfach könnte es sein,
wenn die Politik nicht immer daher käme und einen dicken Strich durch die
Rechnung macht.

Deshalb ein Vorschlag zur Güte. Banken, institutionelle und private Anleger
legen im kommenden Jahr einen Hilfsfonds auf, der in Zukunft die Finanzierung
der US-Wahl übernehmen und die US-Behörden mit dem nötigen Equipment versorgen
wird. Wieviele Zählmaschinen, Wahlscheine, Stanzgeräte und verständliche
Benutzervorschriften - so möchte man fragen - ließen sich mit den Milliarden
bezahlen, die der unklare Wahlausgang an den Finanzmärkten vernichtet hat.
Der Rechtsweg bliebe natürlich ausgeschlossen. Nur am Rande: Auch die Wahlbeobachter
der OSZE helfen stets gerne - sogar gratis.

Kommt die Weihnachtsrallye?

Bleibt zum Schluss noch die Frage, ob nun Bush die Bullen reitet. Kommt
jetzt endlich der Startschuss zur Jahresendrallye? Warum eigentlich nicht?
Die USA haben einen neuen Präsidenten und die Stimmung an den Börsen ist
verhalten optimistisch. Und: Bislang hat noch jeder Präsidentenwechsel
die Börsen in Hochstimmung versetzt - vor allem wenn es ein Republikaner
war. Gerade bei dem Mann aus Texas könnte man vermuten, dass er sich besser
auf Bullen als auf Bären versteht. Ist George Bush uns das nicht auch schuldig?
Wir Anleger würden uns auf jeden Fall über kleine Kursgewinne freuen -
schließlich ist ja bald Weihnachten.
 

15.12.00 10:17

3574 Postings, 7279 Tage zit1bush reitet seine frau o.T.

15.12.00 11:15

408 Postings, 7386 Tage Gordon_Gekkodarum hat der gute George auch ein Alkoholproblem! o.T.

15.12.00 14:29

878 Postings, 7261 Tage MakeloBush...

es ist unverständlich wie man einen Mann mit Alkoholproblemen, der absolut konservativ und weltfremd ist (war nur 2x im Ausland), zum Präsidenten der grössten Wirtschaftsmacht wählen kann.

Der Mann lässt wenn es darauf ankommt die Panzer rollen und ist politisch völlig unkommunikativ.

Aber daran ist der geistige Zustand des Grossteils der Amis zu erkennen.

Armes Amerika.

MPM  

15.12.00 15:25

689 Postings, 7511 Tage eyronNochmal - weil es so viel über Bush aussagt

Subject: Good Luck America!


Good luck America. You'll need it.


"If we don't succeed, we run the risk of
failure."
....George W. Bush, Jr.

"Republicans understand the importance of
bondage between a mother and child."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr.

"Welcome to Mrs. Bush, and my fellow astronauts."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr.

"Mars is essentially in the same orbit...Mars is somewhat the same
distance from the Sun, which is very important.  We have seen
pictures where there are canals, we believe, and water. If there
is  water, that means there is oxygen. If oxygen, that means we can
breathe."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr., 8/11/94

"The Holocaust was an obscene period in our nation's history.
I mean in this century's history. But we all lived in this
century. I didn't live in this century."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr., 9/15/95

"I believe we are on an irreversible trend toward more freedom and
democracy - but that could change."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr., 5/22/98

"One word sums up probably the responsibility of any Governor, and
that one word is 'to be prepared'."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr., 12/6/93

"Verbosity leads to unclear, inarticulate things."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr., 11/30/96

"I have made good judgments in the past. I have made good
judgments in the future."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr.

"The future will be better tomorrow."
....Governor George W. Bush, Jr.

"We're going to have the best educated American people in the
world."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr., 9/21/97

"People that are really very weird can get into sensitive
positions and have a tremendous impact on history."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr.

"I stand by all the misstatements that I've made."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr. to Sam Donaldson, 8/17/93

"We have a firm commitment to NATO, we are a part of NATO. We have
a  firm commitment to Europe. We are a part of Europe."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr.

"Public speaking is very easy."
....Governor George W. Bush, Jr. to reporters in 10/9

"I am not part of the problem. I am a Republican"
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr.

"A low voter turnout is an indication of fewer people going
to the polls."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr

"When I have been asked who caused the
riots and the killing in LA,my answer has been direct & simple:
Who is to blame for the riots? The rioters are to blame.
Who is to blame for the killings? The killers are to blame.
 ....George W. Bush, Jr.

"Illegitimacy is something we should talk about in terms of
not having it."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr., 5/20/96

"We are ready for any unforeseen event that may or may not occur."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr., 9/22/97

"For NASA, space is still a high priority."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr., 9/5/93

"Quite frankly, teachers are the only profession that teach our
children."
....Governor George W. Bush, Jr., 9/18/95

"The American people would not want to know of any misquotes that
George Bush may or may not make."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr.

"We're all capable of mistakes, but I do not care to enlighten you
on the mistakes we may or may not have made."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr.

"It isn't pollution that's harming the environment.  It's the
impurities in our air and water that are doing it."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr.

"[It's] time for the human race to enter the solar system."
 ....Governor George W. Bush, Jr.

 

15.12.00 15:31

51340 Postings, 7406 Tage eckiWas soll die Hetze auf Bush?

Mir wäre Gore auch lieber gewesen, aber nun wirds halt der Schorsch.
Und wir werden mit ihm klarkommen müssen.
Leider hat er gerade von new economy keine Ahnung.  

15.12.00 16:59

3574 Postings, 7279 Tage zit1hat bush eigentlich von irgendetwas ahnung? o.T.

15.12.00 17:02

33594 Postings, 7335 Tage DarkKnightMesser, Gabel, Scher' und Licht ... o.T.

15.12.00 21:42

1502 Postings, 7251 Tage MaxCohenFor George W. Bush

                                   A brief guide to the world beyond America's borders
                                   
                                   "When I was coming up, it was a dangerous world, and you
                                   knew exactly who they were. It was us versus them, and it was
                                   clear who them was. Today, we are not so sure who the they
                                   are, but we know they're there." - George W Bush, January 2000

                                   1 Great Britain

                                   Small American dependency located approximately 5,000 miles
                                   outside Galveston, Texas. (Think Puerto Rico, except with funny
                                   accents.) State governor understood to have Democratic
                                   sympathies; Palm Beach-style ballot papers in forthcoming
                                   general election could be the answer here.

                                   2 Baltic states

                                   Former Yugoslavia is still an unstable region in the heart of
                                   Europe, so probably best to avoid any trips to nearby capitals
                                   (eg London) until resolved. Massive Nato force in Kosovo, home
                                   of the Kosovars, which includes approximately two American
                                   soldiers, employed in a high-risk military post-room environment
                                   - potential negative impact on domestic support here. Should not
                                   be confused with the Balkan states of Latvia, Estonia and
                                   Lithuania.

                                   3 China

                                   Big country rumoured to have a population almost as large as
                                   California's. Leadership has shown communisticalist tendencies
                                   in the past, but economy now represents major potential
                                   opportunities for Beanie Babies and Dunkin' Donuts.

                                   4 Ireland

                                   Country of origin of 99.9% of all white, non-Jewish, non-Polish
                                   Americans, so worth cultivating from an electoral point of view.
                                   Also a crucial source of those IRA agents you said you'd be
                                   needing to implement new taxation policies.

                                   5 Iraq

                                   The fate of the Kurds is simply a tragic waste of human life,
                                   seeing as how they are perfectly well qualified to do all the
                                   menial jobs on oilfields supplying fuel to the US - and all in
                                   exchange for a few packets of aspirin. Also probably worth
                                   forging closer diplomatic relations, what with more and more
                                   American imports coming from overseas and everything.
                                   (Support of leader could also provide a useful Middle Eastern
                                   bridgehead for combating all the madmen and terrorists of this
                                   world, eg Saddam Hussein.)

                                   6 Slovakia

                                   See Slovenia.

                                   7 Slovenia

                                   See Slovakia. (Although, on second thoughts, probably best not
                                   to bother.)

                                   8 Colombia

                                   Formerly an extremely convenient source of cocaine for young
                                   and irresponsible scions of wealthy American dynasties.
                                   Recently, however, has curiously metamorphosed into a hotbed
                                   of evil narcotic exporters whom all decent Americans must
                                   surely wish to see eradicated once and for all.

                                   9 Russia

                                   A confusing one these days. Recent reports suggest that the
                                   Russian government is seething with corruption, its labyrinthian
                                   offices and corridors staffed by indolent good-for-nothings with a
                                   history of heavy drinking. As such, few points of similarity with a
                                   Bush administration, and probably therefore not a priority.

                                   10 Canada

                                   A winter-sports town that is popular with vacationing Americans.
                                   Sizeable minority of population speak in unidentified foreign
                                   language. Cf: Greece.

                                   11 Cuba

                                   Vast, evil empire funded by cigar exports. This sinister nation
                                   exerts a massive and dangerous influence on global security
                                   which must be held in check at all costs. The rest of the world is
                                   in full agreement with the Bush administration that Fidel Castro
                                   represents a significant threat to world security, as opposed,
                                   say, to being a laughable speechifying bore with comical facial
                                   hair whose biggest achievement to date is failing to have
                                   suppressed the Buena Vista Social Club.

                                   12 Mexico

                                   Population that is roughly evenly divided into a) an excellent
                                   source of cheap labour for major US corporations and b) hordes
                                   of reprehensible wetbacks.

                                   13 Alaska

                                   America's last true wilderness, a haven for wolves, reindeer and
                                   caribou. Which is kind of stupid when you think about it, given
                                   the untapped oil reserves that lie underneath all that snow. With
                                   just a little bit of mining, why, you could easily turn this into a
                                   landscape which is just as visually stunning as, oooh, central
                                   Texas.

                                   14 Greece

                                   Reportedly the home to a large population of Grecians. Evidently
                                   this is not worth taking seriously, since any mention of said
                                   Grecians in interviews seems to provoke uncontrollable laughter
                                   on the part of listeners.

                                   15 Rogue States, Madmen, Terrorists And Stuff

                                   Initial CIA briefings indicate significant security risks. We don't
                                   know where they are, but they're there, and we don't know who
                                   "they" are, but there is a they, and the they that there is are
                                   there. Wherever that is. (See also: Middle East and Pakistan's
                                   leader, General "General".)

                                   16 Florida

                                   Unpredictable independent republic bordering Alabama. Ruling
                                   junta is thought to be sympathetic to a Bush White House, but
                                   has yet to embrace American principles of democracy and fair
                                   elections, and is highly vulnerable to coups d'état. One for the
                                   CIA, perhaps?  

16.12.00 00:41

12930 Postings, 7516 Tage TimchenIst doch egal, ob Gush oder Bore, wobei

Bush (siehe oben) doch auch jederzeit in unsere poltische
Landschaft in D passen würde.

Timchen  

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