The problem is, too many Americans buy into the mixed bag of nuts the Tea Party has offered. We can laugh at them but they are dangerous because their vote counts and the GOP has tried to make it count even more than that of a rational person; Scary Stuff! Please watch the video that I uploaded in 2008 to show how crazy the McCain/Palin crowd was. Well they're back and they have not changed a bit unless to say they are even nuttier than they were in 2008. Please vote for Obama, at least he draws an intelligent and rational thinking crowd. thinkingblue
THE MOTHER OF ALL COMMENTS:
"Propagated low income? housing".........More interviews???????
Listen? again! She said
"Propagated Low income housing to people who can't afford it."
BAHB420 in reply to EdugeBDroN
Whats the difference between a rational person and an irrational person?
Irrational people live in a different reality than the rest of us. They hear things differently, see things differently, etc. (usually negatively).
Honestly, that's an overstatement, but if you've ever tried to talk sensibly with an irrational person, you know what I mean. MORE HERE:
Support the Student Loan Forgiveness Act of 2012
By Robert Applebaum (Contact)
To be delivered to: Rep. John Kline (MN-2), The United States House of Representatives, The United States Senate, and President Barack Obama
Total outstanding student loan debt in America is expected to exceed $1 TRILLION this year. Millions of hardworking, taxpaying, educated Americans are being crushed under the weight of their educational debts, while the economy continues to sputter. Support a REAL economic stimulus and jobs plan. Support the Student Loan Forgiveness Act of 2012 (H.R. 4170).
Since 1980, average tuition for a 4-year college education has increased an astounding 827%. Since 1999, average student loan debt has increased by a shameful 511%.
In 2010, total outstanding student loan debt exceeded total outstanding credit card debt in America for the first time ever. In 2012, total outstanding student loan debt is expected to exceed $1 Trillion.
In short, student loan debt has become the latest financial crisis in America and, if we do absolutely nothing, the entire economy will eventually come crashing down again, just as it did when the housing bubble popped. Reasonable minds can disagree as to the solutions, they cannot, however, disagree on the existence of this ever-growing crisis, as well as the unsustainable course we're on towards financial oblivion. PLEASE SIGN HERE: http://signon.org/...? OR http://signon.org/...
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