Over the weekend we learned that my daughter's job, in fact her division at Bank of America, is being eliminated. (our family is definitely the Wrong Coop) We didn't cause this. Who did? Thank you Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Barney Frank and Chris Dodd. The "Community Reinvestment Act," set up by Jimmy Carter, was (is) a recipe for disaster. To read Al Fin's entire account, please click on the link below.
I am pulling no punches in this post....so here I go...
I also want to thank all of those so called "friends" of mine who continually whine and moan about the big bad capitalist corporations, consistently vote for business hating democrats, vote for socialistic policies and candidates, and now are responsible for my daughter, along with how many other millions, losing their jobs, their investments, and their general abilities to survive in America. I'm frankly sick of the lot of you, while you pompously and arrogantly act like do-gooders when in fact you are tearing apart the very fabric of the American way of life. By American way of life, I mean the ideal to work hard and pursue self-sufficiency, to live in freedom, to believe in the goodness of American productivity, etc. etc.
This is personal. As it is for many people. And if you don't like my tone...well, guess what? You don't mess with my kids without suffering my anger. I'm angry. So to all of you who voted for Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, and any of the other idiot democrat candidates who continue these anti-American policies....I don't appreciate it. I'm sick of it. I'm ready to write you all off as really stupid, misguided, and despicable. If you want to wise up on reality and figure out what you did to cause this...please read Al Fin's blog post below. You just might be able to put two and two together....(boy am I the optimist.)
Al Fin has a blog post entitled: "Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton Share Blame for Subprime Mortgage Recession, Government Overshoot"
Al Fin: Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton Share Blame for Subprime Mortgage Recession, Government Overshoot: "To hear today's Democrats, you'd think all this started in the last couple years. But the crisis began much earlier. The Carter-era Community Reinvestment Act forced banks to lend to uncreditworthy borrowers, mostly in minority areas."