It likely means that investors will eventually get what they want yet again. Sometime down the road, while it may not be at the next couple of meetings, the Fed will likely implement QE3. But it has to end somewhere. So what are we to make of the divergent opinions within the Fed?
If the European Central Bank follows in the footsteps of Bernanke, I don't see how the results will be any different for the Europeans. Printing money may sound attractive to the desperate, but it is at best a short-term panacea.