Does it take $1000/hr experts to fix the economy?

Hell no. We are getting beat up by the government, the banks and the courts. The ceiling allowed by the credit industry is 32.99% interest plus over limit and late payments for accounts in arrears. Go figure. They are not just making good profits, the banks are making outrageous profits by parenthesizing off of us. We need to stop supporting the credit industry, and find ways to help ourselves independent of the banking system. Enough of the foreign control of our economy. AIG is predicting repayment of the bail out money within a few years. That's on our backs not theirs in three directions. We are taking the economic hit. We are putting up the cash. We allow them to make the financial rules which prey on us. It won't be accounting back to normal for most of us. It will be deep national and personal debt, higher taxes, and a government gone 1984 ballistic. Here is my prediction. Take a look at Gaza. The same is planned for us. It has begun. People are being moved from their homes wholesale. Then, these bastards are swooping in for a windfall of profits by investing low. No jobs, no medical services, and people living in garages, families disparate to put food on the table, and education reduced removing opportunities for the common working folks. I have said this for years. The elites don't want your children competing with theirs. Here is a big clue. Obama is working to fix the credit industry, which he believes will fix the economy. Not so, pal. We need to get off of the credit habit. Personal, and civil credit makes no sense. Credit is always a loosing situation. Do you know what AIG stands for, American International Group. Isn't that an oxymoron?

Asked By: sunsetdrunk - 3/6/2009
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I don't think so. All we need is to eliminate the three human sins of greed, selfishness, and fear of loss the individual possessions. We can recall how much those top executives' failures with vast rewards in the known financial institutions. Country Wide, AIG, Lehman Brothers, Fannie Mai and Freddie Mac... More
Answered By: Dye dirt Kong - 3/6/2009
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