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Rick Santelli Rant/Obama Foreclosure Plan

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by Enoch, Feb 22, 2009.

  1. Enoch

    Enoch New Member

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    If you have not seen or heard this it's a must watch!

    :applause::applause: Thank you Mr. Santelli for speaking up for millions of Americans who are in agreement!!!!!!!!! :thumbs::thumbs:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEZB4taSEoA



    http://foxforum.blogs.foxnews.com/2009/02/20/gainor_obama-4/
     
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    Great article!:thumbs:
     
  3. dragonfly

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    I disagree.
     
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    Agreed!:thumbs: Does that guy still work at CNBC?
     
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    If these are "responsible" people who are being helped to refinance to reduce their interest rate to where their mortgage payment is 31% of their income... why should our tax money be used to reward them with $1,000 per year for five years to make their mortgage payments?

    Don't responsible people pay their mortgages without being bribed into do it?
     
  7. JustChristian

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    Yes they do in normal times. These are not normal times. Anybody here who still has a job (and I do) is lucky. It's a matter of time. Bush claimed up until the end that "our economy is strong." Either he was just stupid (a good possibility) or he was lying.
     
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    A non-answer. Let me repeat, so you can try again:

    (yes...there are people who simply had bad stuff befall them. But there is no Constitutional protection from bad stuff. Look it up.)
     
  9. Enoch

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    :thumbs:

    These people are the minority and unfortunately bad times hit people every year. It's part of life. But this is not where the outrage is focused.

    We have a voice and the majority are not supporting this rescue plan for people who have acted irresponsibly. We should not pay the price for their greed and idiocy. It’s a huge mistake!
     
  10. Enoch

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    Head Of ACORN: Squatting Is The Most American Thing You Can Do

    A must watch video clip of the interview with Bertha Lewis/ACORN on the foreclosure bailout.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrqkP3sfOw8

    :BangHead: ACORN is EVIL!!!!!!
     
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    So is nearly everything connected to politicians. Color me disgusted with the reprobates in DC.
     
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