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Neighbors stealing from neighbors, HELOCs make a comeback

By golfplan18   2012 Nov 27, 11:21pm   538 views   2 comments   watch (0)   quote

When people are victims of theft, they usually work to remedy the situation so the theft doesn’t happen again. If a thief breaks into someone’s house, the homeowner installs better locks or alarm systems to avoid a future loss of property or worse. However, when the crime is more complex than breaking-and-entering, or when the government is the facilitator of the crime, it can be much more difficult for the victims to protect themselves, but it’s just as necessary.


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1   Oil Can     2012 Nov 27, 11:22pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Yep, that's basically true.

2   Tenpoundbass   995/997 = 99% civil   2012 Nov 27, 11:55pm  ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike   quote    

For a morally bankrupt society, we sure spend alot of time worrying about petty shit that shouldn't effect others.

In the meantime someone could take a shit on a public street, and it would go viral, and create a cultural meme, if it were captured on video. But someone taking out HELOCs is everyone's business how?

If you don't like our economic policy, and the banks taking bad risks, knowing they'll get bailed out by tax dollars. Then the time to have done something about that was November 6th.

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