81,312 additional people that will be voting Obama

October 23, 2008

NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) — The housing crisis still has a choke hold on America: In September, 81,312 homes were lost to foreclosure, according to a report released Thursday.

RealtyTrac, an online marketer of foreclosed properties, said that 851,000 homes have been repossessed by lenders since August 2007.



So that’s 81,312 ON TOP OF 851,000 people…wait THAT’S HOMES! So if we say 2 people live in each house (of course there’s no children in these liberal loser families cause they all got abortions right???) that’s (932,312 X 2) 1,864,624 people that lost their homes so far.

So these Americans are all losers eh? That’s how we are supposed to be supporting America and it’s people by DAMMING them for wanting to live in doors?

Maybe it was the MILLION DOLLARS A WEEK some of these “bankers” were making OFF OF YOUR MONEY? Now because we were so selfish to want to live in a house WITH HEAT and drive a car that runs on GAS that we were/are being GOUGED ON we get to bail out the very people that couldn’t figure out how to spend A MILLION DOLLARS A WEEK wisely.

Seems fair to me.



  1. Obama has no solution for the housing failures. Did you even inquire to see if the bankers were liberals or conservatives? Wall street is full of liberals, and see how well they are doing.

  2. The fact that you are stuck on LIBERAL vs CONSERVATIVE is where you are mistaken. They are meaningless at this point in time. Bush was chosen over McCain as “more qualified” in 2000 and he lead the country to ruins Is Bush still the better man in 2008 or are we to believe that McCain is the man that wasn’t good enough for the job when there was no problems to fix the problems the “better man” has made?

  3. The theory of self correfcting markets is based on the idea that the most efficent option is always the best, and will win out in the end. We have seen over the last 8 years that this idea has been thrown on its head.

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