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Discussion in 'Politics' started by GBB, May 14, 2009.
May we have another?
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Thanks for your FOX news update! Oh....welcome to the site....We desperately need more Conservative Republican SLANTS to opine over.
Trannity is going to LOVE you.........
GBB it's a shame how you missed all of the exciting Freddie & Fannie threads that we had last year, even though you have been a member of lpsg from Dec 2005. But at least you can start reading them now::smile:
George W. Bush pushes, pushes, pushes, pushes, pushes for home ownership for everyone:
YouTube - Home Ownership and President Bush
Wait for it .... Star is composing his 'predatory lenders' opus now!
And, Trinity "Always Wrong" (tm) is desperately searching the Internet (well at least CNS.com) for articles that can be excerpted artfully to support this.
Have I told you today that I love you? :tongue:
Its 'predatory borrowers.'
Don't forget the artful use of bold face, Italics and colors to make everything seem more important and true.....
Your pathetic attempt to insult is amusing. You are wrong on numerous occasions and can't support your statements so you project. Stop whining and man up.
You can cut the irony in that last statement with a Hanzo sword.
How pathetic that intelligent political discussion on this site has become all but impossible. :no:
We can thank the voting populous of New York for this one. Yes You Did!
Since they allow the bulk of the Wall Street crap they complain about.
Facey.......sooner or later.....you will have to FACE it......you are GAY.
Barney Frank bitch-slapped... make that ball-slapped (like he prefers).
YouTube - O'Reilly Blasts Barney Frank On Fannie Mae Mess!!
That about says it all.
I stand corrected! I type faster than think, apparently. Those darn borrowers!
Either way, the term still makes me laugh hysterically.
What president hasn't? Home ownership is the American Dream. Forcing banks to lend money to high risk groups is not.
They weren't forced to do it. Just because people in our government pushed banks to lend money to those with lower income didn't mean that they had to create controversial programs that looked at every opportunity to take money away from their borrowers, overcharge them with fees at every single turn and not offer them the help they needed to pay bills when they actually needed it. And sure... it's easy to say "buyer beware" and all of that just like if this was a game of "Let's Make A Deal". But we're talking about a home... a place to sleep. A FAMILY NECESSITY. We're talking about getting enough money to own and maintain a home or apartment with the most humble of amenities. Not to get some "luxury condo" or two story house in the rich part of town. Surely, SOMEONE could have looked at all of this and tried to figure out a much better way to get money to those who needed it. That is, if that was the bank's real motives to begin with.
Unfortunately, money has a way in blinding people from what's really needed. It does, however, aid to some really good cop outs as to why the banks failed in general. I suppose you don't think the term "predatory borrower" applies here, do you?