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  • boar292hog boar292hog May 30, 2011 11:00 PM Flag

    Locals angry wth rate increase....

    Some say hey we conserve and rates go up, we use too much and rates go up!
    WELCOME to the foreclosure nightmare...... .
    You know someone has to pay those foreclosed homes electric bills! Sure the power is turned off but not right away and in many cases, not all...! I'm not sure how it works but I've looked at enough foreclosed homes to say that its really hit and miss on the power.....
    Thank those who forced mortgage lenders and banks to give high risk folks (who otherwise would not qualify) home loans! It was the realization of the american dream of owning a home! Right!? It was socially engineering the american way of life by extending it to everyone and here we are, paying for that LIBERAL approach to once again, showing good intent without any accountability what-so-ever! LIBS love to get the ball rolling and then worry about how to pay for it later! You know...lets PASS IT and worry about how its paid for during the next congress!
    LIBs have been passing the buck for decades now, under the pretence of really caring about the poor. The end result has been to grow the ranks of the poor with the elimination/erosion of our middle class! the irony of this is the creation of a middle class in places like India, China and others lagging behind the west now for nearly a century.
    Sorry to pontificate but someone needs to pin those LIBS ears to the wall! You got complaints about your energy bill in Nevada? Call Harry Reid, the weakest Senate leader in US history. All IMHO of course! Oh hey Hi Harry! LOL!

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