Chucky, the poor were given a chance to own a home with 100%+ loans. Nothing out of their pocket. You blew it. You were too stupid to handle the responsibility. Now you want to blame others for giving you an opportunity.
And who pays the bill when it all collapses?
The tax payers.
We have wasted trillions on the poor. We give you the opportunity to get a free education and they'd rather sing and dance and play basketball or sell drugs. Some people will be poor no matter how many opportunities you give them.
Taxpayers have paid enough for you poor fools. Start taking care of yourself.
O Jane OToothless, actually that program to give loans to the poor whether they could afford them or not, that liberal program that brought down the global economy, was started in the Clinton admin by him and his HUD Sec Henry Cisneros. The Bush admin was for it early on with the Clinton Admin recession he inherited and 9/11, but then saw the writing on the wall and tried to reform Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae (the main culprits in this scam) as early as 2003 to stop the oncoming disaster, but the libs in congress like Barney Frank and the democrat black caucus called foul and racial discrimination against blacks. Claimed there was nothing wrong with the GSE's. The rest is like a libtard, history.
stocknuts, the post stated that some colored people moved in next door. teabagger indicated that they are black and refered to obama types (leeches).
from what i read, teabagger is stating that black are poor and alwyas want hand outs (maybe he is KKK).
and if that is the case, then under the bush administration, they made it easier for black or any other color (poor) easy to buy a home (in capon's area).
i would bet that i am right (no pun intended) on this one...
Dont worry they are just like everyone else. However you are
behind the times. Colored folk was 50's talk. That changed to
Black, as in Power, which was a bit disconcerting, but still
fine. Then it graduated to African- American which was a
stretch, but what the heck. Do not start to worry until
Rulers of the Universe becomes popular parlance.