The vice presidential debate last night was a great way to get the country back on track, and to make a statement about the state of the country. The question is whether or not the vice president was strong enough to keep his campaign promises and what the ramifications will be on the economy if he doesn’t. The consensus was that he didn’t, at least not in the eyes of the market.
S&P 500 was unphased by the vice presidential debate. It was a relatively simple decision as to who won, the one with a strong record, or the one with a weaker record. And, as the election draws closer, we will see whether the media is picking up on the differences in these candidates. We will also see how the economy will fare during the next administration.
As a company, it’s easy to understand why the S&P 500 is unphased by the vice presidential debate. They know they’re an indicator of how the economy will perform. With unemployment still so high, we need to see how these two candidates perform on their own. The economy has been in recession for some time now. And with the uncertainty of the upcoming presidential election, there are still many people who are holding onto their jobs.
While the S&P 500 is not as concerned about the vice presidential candidates as they would be if a more important cabinet position was being filled, it is still a concern that it is coming from the political side. This is especially true now that President Obama is running for reelection. This could be a reflection of how they feel about their job performance. After all, the economy is getting back on its feet, but it’s not back on solid footing. Many Americans are still worried about where the economy is headed.
President Obama has done his best to assure that the economy is stable, and economic issues will not affect how he does his job. He is very concerned with his job performance and has not shied away from answering tough questions and making promises. In other words, he hasn’t taken any shortcuts when making his decisions. He is making sure the government is running smoothly but not doing everything he can to help.
The problem lies in his inability to get the economy moving without making some big mistakes, or at least, some big-mistakes. This might sound like a lot of criticism, but many Americans have a hard time understanding the fact that they are the ones that are to blame. They blame President Obama when they don’t get the job done right. If President Obama wants to win back the White House, he will need to make his own mistakes. It might be the only way to win over his own base.
At the same time, we want to know who was strong enough to make good on the promises that they made, and the person that kept their promise last night was John Edwards. If he can do that, they can be reassured that there won’t be too many surprises in the future with regards to the economy. If he can do this, then many consumers will go with him because they will feel like he is someone who knows what he is talking about, and is someone that understands what’s going on.
In other words, President Obama didn’t get his chance to prove himself today in the VP debate, so we want to see if he can learn from his VP’s mistake and come out stronger in the final round. It could be the turning point for him, and he needs to seize the opportunity now before he is buried in the polls. If he doesn’t, then it could be a long night ahead for him and the economy.