posted on Jul, 21 2008 @ 04:58 AM
since it's us, the taxpayers that are bailing out these investors, basically paying off the bad loans they've made to homeowners (that are failing
mainly because the banks got greedy with their terms on the loans, neglected to evaluate the ability to repay, and well, committed basic fraud, all
they wanted was that peice of paper to sell!)....
well, it seems to me, that we, the taxpayers ARE paying for our homes, right? I mean, we are paying for them every time we fill up the gas tank,
every time we go to the store, everytime we go to a resturant.....and we'll probably pay for it more when the tax bills come in. They are driving
the dollar through the gutter everytime they bail out, and it's causing everything to cost more.
Considering this, I think they should exert more pressure onto the banks to review the terms of those loans for these people instead of tightening the
lending rules now and foreclosing on them. We're paying for their loses anyways.....it's time to bail out the average everyday joe also.
the banks are getting their losses covered, they've conned many into refinancing their houses early and have reaped nice sized penalties with this,
should they also get the real estate to put up on the market and sell off to people who are more than likely just a bunch of slum lords also?