reply to post by roadgravel
sure, why not, every working taxpayer in american family gets $20,000 to do with whatever they like, (with a strong emphasis to homeowners that they
use it to pay on their mortgage...)
why not? heck, why not make it $50,000, $100,000??? their past spending has sent out the clear cut message that there is no substance really behind
all this money, heck, it's not costing them much of anything to just type a couple keys into a computer somewhere, and gee, it just magically
appears!! gee....was the wizard of oz really just a financial banker, and whoops!! we've done pulled the curtain on him?
the whole economy seems to have gone into the twilight zone, but it really irks me to no end that I think that the same danged lady was on cnbc having
a fit when the first stimulas bill was rejected by congress, but, now is on there whining and complaining about how she might have to pay for those
"irresponsible" homeowners' mortgages....
what, you think that I wanted any of my money going to pay for luxury vacations for the wall street gerus? or their million dollar bonuses?
and I was serious....if all these homes were to go into foreclosure, get tied up in a legal mess while they try to find the real
you sure there's enough rental property out there to shelter all of them...
if there isn't can we kick out some of those hud recipients who haven't worked one day in the last ten or so years and at least shelter our workers?
or are you gonna insist on waiting to help them until they reach your idea of the needy, namely, nonproductive, disabled, and totally dependant on