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 6 years ago '04        #121
hockeythug 66 heat pts66
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 ROFLSTOMP said:
It's not about it being easy or hard, it's about it being morally reprehensible. It's not easy to start up a slave labour operation, it doesn't mean that the people doing it should be applauded for their ability to exploit money.
A two employee small business that buys and rents houses is a "slave labor operation"?


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 10-17-2012, 03:26 PM         #122
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I cant even chalk some of these comments up to "hating." Some people gonna go out & make some sh*t pop. Some people gonna sit in their rooms & complain. Sad part is theres way too many muthafuhkas complaining than there are making sh*t happen. Fuhkit.
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Boxden: Where generational poverty is defended but an economically responsible young woman gets sh*tted on.
 10-17-2012, 03:45 PM         #124
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 hockeythug said:
A two employee small business that buys and rents houses is a "slave labor operation"?
It's not slave labour, but it's immoral in much the same way(profiting on the suffering of the poor). And please, if you're going to quote me do so correctly. I don't know what "labor" is.

You Americans are some real idiots, that's probably why your relative income has been stagnant for four decades, because you listen to what your oppressors tell you without applying critical thought. Media and capitalists tell you everything is good, you all believe it without thinking.

Make no fu*king mistake, people in real estate are destroying any chance hardworking poor people have of taking ownership of their own home.

I try to bite my tongue and be a more mature person these days but you stupid fu*king yanks really have no idea about anything. You're all completely oblivious to how the world works. The terrorists flew planes into your buildings and that didn't learn you. You caused the entire western world to go into recession and you've failed to learn your lesson from that, too. What is it going to take for you super-tards to wake the fu*k up about the economic system you're living in?

In what way is it difficult to understand that people with careers in real estate are keeping properties overpriced and out of reach for decent, hardworking, ordinary citizens
 6 years ago '05        #125
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BULLLSHIIIITTT yall r luckkkkkyyyyyyy if you want a house in Toronto your looking at 450,000 at least
Some BULLLLSHIIIT
 10-17-2012, 03:55 PM         #126
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 TheMindOf said:
Boxden: Where generational poverty is defended but an economically responsible young woman gets sh*tted on.
Economically responsible? You're a dense c*nt.

It's people in real estate that drive subprime lending. Properties become unattainable and, with a shortage of viable buyers - in that the real estate scum have their properties above the means of normal citizens, to maximise their profits - loans are made to people who are in no position to take them.

Make no mistake, people in the real estate business are waging direct war on the well being and health of the working class. Only in America is this denied.
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 ROFLSTOMP said:
Economically responsible? You're a dense c*nt.

It's people in real estate that drive subprime lending. Properties become unattainable and, with a shortage of viable buyers - in that the real estate scum have their properties above the means of normal citizens, to maximise their profits - loans are made to people who are in no position to take them.

Make no mistake, people in the real estate business are waging direct war on the well being and health of the working class. Only in America is this denied.
Disinformation.

It was wallstreet financial firms and banks that pushed subprime lending onto unqualified buyers, enabled by relaxed federal standards Bush forced onto states. Some of the same firms the US government sued for the massive mortgage fraud scam,.
 10-18-2012, 01:49 AM         #128
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This ROFLSTOMP dude's arguments are all based on morality, so disregard anything he's saying. Only naive idiots think morality matters in the real world. Morals are subjective. One murder could be looked at as morally wrong, and the other can be looked at as retribution, morals are fluid. Get that morality argument the fu*k out of here.
 6 years ago '05        #129
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...most 15 year olds aren't even thinking along these lines, let alone people in our age group.

Sucks that people had to get kicked out of their homes before this, at the same time some people have to take responsibility for taking on mortgages when their finances didn't match up to begin with
 10-19-2012, 03:13 PM         #130
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 autoraptronix said:
Disinformation.

It was wallstreet financial firms and banks that pushed subprime lending onto unqualified buyers, enabled by relaxed federal standards Bush forced onto states. Some of the same firms the US government sued for the massive mortgage fraud scam,.
They pushed them for a reason. The reason being that there was an abject absence of people with the financial means to obtain a home for themselves and their family.

Banks took these measures as a response to a problem that is brought about by real estate c*nts.

Subprime lending is the reaction to a problem. The problem is caused by the real estate industry. The problem is caused by Capitalism. If people could afford houses - and they can't, because of the real estate swine - then there would be no need for mass subprime lending... Would there?
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