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If I could sell my house for a fair price, I would care who bought it. Sorry, but "give the little guy a chance" doesn't put me in a position to make a profit. If you can't buy a house because someone else can pay more, you are just dealing with the real world market. Make an offer high enough and I won't care if yo...more
No, what he is saying is that doing the right thing doesn't pay off because of people like you, Angeltara of MD. I have learned that you screw people, you get what is right. You do what is right you get screwed.
Adjustable rate mortgages are not always bad, when they are capped. Maybe the banks should just be required to tell you what your payment will be with the teaser adjustable rate and what it will be at the highest rate allowed. Then you and the bank have to determine if you will be able to make the payments now and fu...more
Did any of these things personally happen to you? Did you buy s house that you could afford, only to have the price drop 60-80% literally overnight because of other people's and institutions' fraud and irresponsibility and immorality?
I am probably a right-winger, at least to some degree. But I wouldn't get pissed if American/US Air wrote $200 checks to the working poor or to the 100,000 lowest-paid workers on their payroll. I would get pissed if the money went to anyone who is not making their own real effort to not be "poor."
For tax purposes, CEO "pay" is capped for public companies. But the companies just find ways around it by calling it something else. I have always said, and this is one instance that proves my point: Morality cannot be legislated because it cannot and/or won't be enforced.
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