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  • These comments from a previous post are worth a separate post. I wrote that I do not want a President who was raised on Food Stamps to take my hard earned money away from me to pay off the mortgages of some deadbeats.
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  • Somebody commented: “The fact that you refer to those who are struggling as “deadbeats” is plainly ridiculous. It proves to me that this American style of free market capitalism has destroyed the World, whilst simultaneously injecting a sense of “I’m better than you because I have more money”.
    Consumerism has created such deep resentment for those who struggle to survive.”
  • Commies always miss the point. I replied: “I am better than you” because I went to school instead of dropping out, always worked, always saved, never was dumb enough to have credit card balances, ate macaroni at home instead of salmon in restaurants, bought my clothing at Sears instead of Macy’s, and SAVED instead of squandered. We once went without a TV when our old one broke and we had to eat hotdogs, spaghetti and eggs until we had the money for a new TV

  • I did not buy a house until I saved up twenty percent down payment, never bought a new car, always bought three year old used cars, but not until my old car could no longer be repaired. I was never dumb enough to lease a car, or buy anything on credit cards unless I knew I could pay off the full balance at the end of the month.

    I made most of my cars last until they were 12 to 15 years old before I replaced them with another three year old used car. My current car is an eleven year old made-in-America Ford. I will never ever never buy a car made outside America. I have no debt because I managed my money.

  • 99.9 percent of people who bought their homes with twenty percent down have no problems.

    After all my hard work and sacrifice, I am not going to give my savings to a President who grew up on food stamps and free schools so he can give free homes to scumbags.

  • Some readers say they would not live my way, that life is too short. Duh! I am not being evicted! I paid off my mortgage early so if I lose my job I can go many years with no problems. And nobody is going to demean my sacrifices and hard work by taking my money to pay off some high living, high spending deadbeats mortgage.

    I am better than you, deadbeat!

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