[FoRK] Trade deficit reaches new record, and suggested solutions
Gregory Alan Bolcer
gbolcer at endeavors.com
Thu Mar 11 11:12:28 PST 2004
It's like immigration right? It's all about having convenient
access to low cost, blue collar workers in a high cost area.
> Not bitching. But why should I pay someone's rent with my tax dollars? With
> my hard earned money?
> I figure you can afford where you live or you move to someplace you can
> afford. That might be a van down by the river. It's not my problem. Yer
> suppose to be grown up, act it, stop asking for a handout.
> As for poor Mr. Landlord, Oh, you can't rent that house? But you still have
> to pay the evil mortgage company? Tough.
> I've been on both sides, sometimes it is no fun. But that's the breaks. I
> call it "life".
> Seems simple to me.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gregory Alan Bolcer
> Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2004 8:35 PM
> Because, if you've ever looked at an HUD loan, they
> are overly bureacratic on rules so that the seller is highly
> dis-incentivized. Also they have limits on what types of
> dollar amounts they can write loans for. This would be
> a perfect way of breaking the artifical market which is
> rent control.
> I'm sure you can call up the CEO of Rent Control Inc.(TM)
> and tell him that you've come up with that revolutionary
> new idea and get him to do something about it.
> You can sit around and bitch about it or you can take
> keep bending it in half until it actually breaks.
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