Newsgroups: alt.home.repair, rec.crafts.metalworking, rec.autos.tech
From: The Daring Dufas <the-daring-du...@stinky-finger.net>
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2012 16:55:31 -0600
Local: Tues, Nov 13 2012 5:55 pm
Subject: Re: Trader4 was right?? gensets vs. car inverters.....
On 11/13/2012 1:49 PM, Gunner wrote:
> On Tue, 13 Nov 2012 06:32:12 -0500, "Robert Green"I was offered one of those "Affirmative Action Home Loans" back when
> <robert_green1...@yah00.com> wrote:
>>> Crashing the economy was Bush's (and Congress's) fault but spreading BS
>> <What specific acts did Bush take during his term that caused the collapse?>
>> Easy fella, I responded to Gunner's gratuitous "It's not Bush's fault."
>> But if you want a real answer, Bush's tax cuts decreased revenue and his two
> Odd that the wars cost at most..over 12 yrs...1.1 Trillion dollars
>> Bush pursued the free-marketer's goal to deregulate Wall Street which helped
> Build the housing bubble? You seem to be ignoring the fact that Bush
> Did liberals collapse the housing market?
> HOW THE ECONOMY COLLAPSED 1011 1977: Jimmy Carter (D) signs the
> 2 September 14, 1993 Bill Clinton (Democrat) signs NAFTA bill, killing
> 3 December 08, 1994 Bill Clinton (Democrat) signs GATT, killing US
> 4 September 03, 1998, HUD publishes report damning FREDDIE MAC and
> .5 1999: Bill Clinton (D) puts the CRA on steroids, pushing Fannie Mae
> 6 March 02, 2000, Franklin D. Raines (Democrat) chairman of FANNIE MAE
> .7 October 10, 2000 Bill Clinton (Democrat) signs U.S.-China Relations
> 8 April 2001, Bush administration raised red flags over massive
> 9 September 30, 2002, African-American Safiyyah Rahmaan, (Democrat)
> .10 September 10, 2003, Treasury Secretary John Snow (Republican)
> 11 October 2003, less than a month later, Fannie Mae disclosed 1.2
> 12 November 2003, Bush Administration increases warnings of toxic
> 13 December 21, 2004, Franklin Raines (Democrat) resigns from FANNIE
> .14 February 2005, Bush budget plan exposes potential disaster from
> 15 February 17, 2005, Alan Greenspan recommends limits on FANNIE MAE
> 16 April 6, 2005, Senator Chuck Schumer (Democrat) refutes placing
> 17 June 2005, Deputy Secretary of Treasury, Samuel Bodman (Republican)
> 18 April 2006, Goldman Sachs sold $494 million of securities on toxic
> 19 May 25, 2006, Senator John McCain (Republican) warns of risks of
> 20 August 2007, Bush (Republican) asks Congress to put through limits
> 21 December 2007, Bush (Republican) warns Congress to hurry limits on
> 22 March 2008, Bush (Republican) warns Congress again.
> 23 April 2008, Bush (Republican) warns Congress again.
> 24 April 2008, Goldman Sachs donates $1,000,000 to Obama campaign.25
> 26 April 2008, Morgan Stanley donates $485,823 to Obama campaign.
> 27 May 03, 2008, Bush (Republican) warns Congress again.
> 28 May 19,2008, Bush (Republican) warns Congress again.
> 29 May 31, 2008, Bush (Republican) makes radio address warning
> 30 June 2008, Bush (Republican) warns Congress again.
> 31 July 2008, Congress finally passes a reform bill on FANNIE MAE
> 32 November 4, 2008, Hussein Obama elected president.
> 33 December 18, 2008 House Oversight and Government Reform Committee
> 34 February 17, 2009, Hussein Obama (Democrat) signs bailout program.
> 35 March, 2009, AIG reports $62,000,000,000 loss.
> 36 April 2009, Goldman Sachs reports $780,000,000 loss.
> 37 April, 2009, Morgan Stanley reports $1,300,000,000 loss.
> 38 American taxpayers get stuck in the #$%$ with over $787,000,000,000
> Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
> The first thing liberals did when the sub-prime mortgage was
> However. Not one of those pablum distributing liars ever gave a
> Since all liberal thought, policy, values and beliefs are based on
> Deregulation became the enemy and regulations were deemed good. Go
> Just to debunk the myth that deregulation caused the sub-prime tsunami
> There would be no fannie or Freddie to assume bad loans. banks who
> Yes! Liberals did collapse the housing market. The next question to
> "The national budget must be balanced. The public debt must be
> (Marcus Tullius Cicero, 55 B.C.)
things were flying high. I knew damn well if I took it and something
happened to me to knock me off my feet, I would be unable to pay the
mortgage. I got hurt and very ill but I've managed to survive without
living under a bridge or tent in the woods because I knew better than
to volunteer to having a millstone placed around my neck. O_o
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