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Capitalist Credit Crisis - How Banks Take Homes, Jobs From Workers

Business  (tags: wall street, consumers, homes, employment opportunities, government, dishonesty )

- 4213 days ago -
The gamblers and swindlers on Wall Street have put more than 2 million people at risk of losing their homes in the immediate future. But, bad as that is, they have done more than that.


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Past Member (0)
Sunday December 2, 2007, 2:44 pm
Don't bring race into this problem. The people taken advantage of come from all backgrounds.

Daniel Barker (35)
Sunday December 2, 2007, 4:38 pm
What is the answer? There is a group of Americans that has no cars, no television, telephone or computer (the are allowed calculators). They have no crime, no foreclosures. They survive without utilities.

These are the Amish, which, I regret to say, I learned last week run puppy mills.

We can learn from their example - first, not running puppy mills! - which is family comes first.

Kemsa Amon-Ra (173)
Sunday December 2, 2007, 8:07 pm
In America racism iand classism alway problem because of the ruling class (Money Maker).

Blue Bunting (855)
Monday December 3, 2007, 9:29 am
Breaking the Bank: The Rightwing Road to America's Privatized Future Accumulation of massive debt is the number one priority of the Bush Administration - a deliberate, managed move toward its goal of an “ownership society” in which all aspects are privatized.

Blue Bunting (855)
Monday December 3, 2007, 10:38 am
$1 million: Amount the national debt expands per minute, totaling approximately $1.4 billion a day. The debt is up from $5.7 trillion when President Bush took office in January 2001 and it will top $10 trillion sometime right before or right after he leaves in January 2009.”
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