School bonds get help of feds

School bonds get help of feds

There are 3 comments on the DispatchPolitics story from Apr 12, 2010, titled School bonds get help of feds. In it, DispatchPolitics reports that:

It took seven tries and a recount before the Bloom-Carroll school district won voter approval of a $26.1million bond issue last year to build a middle school and update the high school.

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James

Columbus, OH

#1 Apr 12, 2010
Why would you buy bonds that our government is guaranteeing. We're broke.

You have heard to saying "FULL FAITH AND CREDIT OF USA'

IF YOU DIDN'T KNOW IT. WE ARE THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT NOT ANYONE ELSE.
hedge

Columbus, OH

#2 Apr 12, 2010
In essence, the feds are artificially lowering the rates on bonds to provide an incentive for more unsustainable spending....sounds like a plan only a politician could be in favor of...
Will Burns

United States

#3 Apr 17, 2010
only on the first 15 million if correctly heard what the treasurer said. I will wait and buy in on the remainder. Not confident on getting interest from the IRS, which should be called BOHICA Bend Over Here It Comes Again.

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