Monday, October 24, 2011

This NUT JOB wants President Obama to refinance ALL mortgages by executive order


I'm obviously doing a "The Democrats and Obama are ALL NUTS" theme today.

Here is Virginia Congressman Jim Moran on how President Obama could stimulate the economy by executive order. Better get a straight jacket:



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11 comments:

Al said...

I think he means well. The solution he came up with just isn't logical.


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Jane said...

Maybe he's just being sarcastic. Hopefully the president will not listen to his advice.

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I'd like to think property buyers are getting smarter. Mortgages can look attractive at first, but buyers know how to evaluate the best offers.

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I agree. Mortgages do an great impression at first then ends up being not good as we think they are.

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He may have been out of his mind but he was only thinking of the greater good when he said that. After all, Obama said he was the change we could all believe in.

michaeloco said...

Our president is smart. He can decide on this matters properly. I just hope that he would really do. form 2290

Harry Matthews said...

I thinks this mumbling is comical. If this decree is passed(If ever Obama thinks he's sane enough to accept the idea ), more businesses will file bankruptcy instead of stimulating our economy. Even accountants adelaide here in Australia thinks this is ridiculous.

Linda said...

I think this solution isn't really a solution, but the beginning of another problem. A saner solution would be to refinance mortgage rates for those who should get adjustments.

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