posted on Apr, 12 2010 @ 10:39 PM
I ... don't get it. I have an extremely low interest rate on my MC. They boost your minimum required payment if you miss a payment. I managed to
build mine up a fair bit and have a debt to pay now, but, know what? that card bought me groceries when I couldn't afford it, payed a few bills
before crunches, a bottle of wine when I was down & really wanted one, helped friends out when they needed it too. So now I have to pay it back. It
was script, sure. But the dollar isn't dropping like a stone or anything. Should they get nothing for giving me money when I had nothing?
Loan-sharking might be immoral, but I'm literally paying no more than a couple percent interest on that loan.
I'm happy to pay it back, and was more than grateful at the time to have some money! What are we really whining about here, except our own spending
habits! I just get a chuckle at so much anger based on credit, and I'm fully awake to Freemasonry, bankers control, etc. Thing is, we had the free
will to choose, and it wasn't hard even at 14 or 15 to rationalize what debt could do a life. In fact, didn't we "know it all" better back then?!
So what's this angst really about, huh?