Banks want to forgive debt
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#1 Oct 31, 2008
#2 Oct 31, 2008
This is terrifying. So now people who purchased homes out of their means; a car beyond their means; and maxed out credit cards will be forgiven! Is there no personal responsibility or concept of budget left in this country? This is not fair to people who live are fiscally responsible.
#3 Oct 31, 2008
I hope it's not too late for me to buy a car I can't afford.
#4 Oct 31, 2008
EHE, I never thought in my lifetime that my conservatism would be penalized so harshly. I have paid my bills, kept my mortgage current, kept my credit in good stead, conserved on gas, etc. etc. Now, the only actions being rewarded in this country are narcissistic, and reckless. If this does in fact happen, I would strongly suggest that we forego paying our future taxes. Its the only way to get ahead apparently.
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