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proudohioan Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Feb-16-10 04:17 PM
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92. But you assume that all homeless are jobless......
And that is simply not always the case. And as far as lowering the home values in the neighborhood, honestly, think about what those vacant/for sale homes are doing to the current home values. That is part of the problem right now, that most homeowner are already "underwater", and that's part of the trouble with the whole "toxic asset" and TARP program part that was designed to help homeowners; figuring out the current value of the home.

And I don't think anyone was talking about (or meaning to suggest) actually GIVING anyone a house.
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