A helter skelter day in the equities markets as Euro zone uncertainty, mixed earnings & economic data made investors impulsive in today's session, commodities markets mostly moderately in the positive, polls have Mitt Romney and Barack Obama in a very close race, lawmakers claim more firings expected in the Secret Service Columbian hooker scandal, the UN sends more "Monitors" to Syria amidst violence, a wave of bombings in Iraq leave 36 dead, South Korea & India unveil their new cruise missiles after North Korea's rocket fail, China responds to latest military threats ("You all don't stand a chance in an arms race with us."), Australia reassures military commitment Afghanistan coalition after PM pull-out statements, South Sudan says they are not are war with the Sudan (this after the North launches 4 new attacks in the last 24 hours) and Iran threatens to cut oil exports to Europe. Ghost goes off on Michael Bloomberg to make smoking illegal in New York apartments, activists sue University of Colorado over 4/20 campus closure and Ted Nugent questioned by the Secret Service over comments about Obama. News, True Capitalist commentary and Radio Graffiti on this edition. Follow on Twitter @GhostPolitics
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