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SlipperySlope Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Aug-25-05 04:19 PM
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31. Bankruptcy act was a sell-out, regardless of "progressive" standards.
The bankruptcy act was a sell-out by all involved, red and blue, and I don't see it as lining up along the lines of conservative or liberal or left-wing or right-wing or progressive or anything.

The slime in DC just decided that the banker were more important then the people.

I BELIEVE THAT PEOPLE SHOULD FACE THE CONSEQUENCES OF THEIR ACTIONS; THAT INCLUDES THE CONSEQUENCES OF BAD LENDING DECISIONS.

Apparently, the banks feel otherwise, and want to be able to make consequence-free bad decisions.

Screw them all.
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