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Housing Recovery, Real or Fake?

Hannah53 Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 11:10 AM
But why do the Republicans let the Democrats blame us for their mistakes. Why?
geotay Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 2:31 PM
Hannah- The Dems have the support of the subversive media. And a voter base, the majority of which, is on the take. That's all they need.
loadstar Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 12:42 PM

cdracka Wrote:
It began in 1965 with Ted Kennedy's "Family Reunification Act" where any individual immigrant could bring his relatives. Kennedy bastardized (literally) a perfectly good program.

Prior to that an immigrant or alien went through a naturalization process by having an American "sponsor" who aided him in finding and KEEPING a job. Yes, that's right... if he was fired, or committed a crime, he could well be deported. It was a lot like being on probation. Also, the immigrants were from Eastern Europe and had a strong work ethic and paid taxes.
loadstar Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 12:11 PM
The relative number of low information/low aptitude voters has increased. Hispanics alone have gone from just 2% of the population in 1980 to 16% today--mostly due to changed immigration policies in 1965 emphasizing family unification versus education/skill set.

Sadly, Hispanics have an average I.Q. of just 80 per the Science Channel, more than a standard deviation below average. Ergo, we have dumbed down the population in just 1 generation.

 

Let’s be clear: The housing industry is one of the most regulated and manipulated sectors of the economy. The seeds of the financial meltdown were planted by social engineering by liberals in the Clinton administration, mandating loans by quota based upon income instead of prudent lending standards.

It became so bad that when the current anti-gun zealot Governor Cuomo of New York as head of HUD under Clinton ordered welfare and unemployment be counted as ‘income’ to qualify for a mortgage. The goal of home ownership by all Americans meant radical changes to prudent lending practices had...