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Answers for the Mortgage Crisis meltdown

Original post made by Chris Mack, Danbury Park, on Aug 10, 2009

The mortgage crisis meltdown is what started the collapse of the financial systems so the next time you go to cast your vote or pay your increasing taxes think about this you tube video.

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Posted by Too Funny
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Aug 10, 2009 at 10:44 pm

A Republican controlled senate and house, and a Republican president, and they still couldn't reign in Fannie and Freddie. Must be the Democrat's fault somehow. Wait a minute, Democrats were in the minority in 2004.

Don't worry, once the derivatives like credit default swaps blow up and wreck the economy, Republicans will rush in with tax dollars and bail out every wealthy investment banker on Wall Street. "We have to abandon capitalism to save capitalism" What a great sentiment.

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