In yet another vulgar display of how our economic and social systems have collapsed and been replaced by the financial Federal Nanny State, President Junior and the layabouts in congress have teamed up to absolve banks and borrowers alike from responsibility for their actions.
Bush signed the broadest housing legislation in decades “to improve confidence and stability in markets, and to provide better oversight for (struggling US mortgage lenders) Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac,” White House spokesman Tony Fratto said in a statement announcing the signing.
“The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) will begin to implement new policies intended to keep more deserving American families in their homes,” Fratto added.
I mean, even if you can’t afford something, you deserve it, just merely by existing, don’t you? Well, just call President Junior’s Credit Counseling Services and not only will you pay NOTHING, you may even get MONEY BACK in a stimulus bonus so you can buy cigarettes for your 19 childrens!
And who’s going to foot the bill? Who cares, it’s not you!
Are you tired of harrassing calls
from creditors demanding you do things
like pay your mortgage or live up to other
financial agreements you might have made?
Are you tired of credit card companies calling and demanding that you pay for the goods and services you purchased via their unfair credit terms?
Then call one of President Junior’s Credit Counselors TODAY and get CASH. Cold, wet, hard, stinky cash.
Why should YOU have to do things like live
according to what you earn? Why should you
pay attention to confusing terms like interest rates,
down payments and credit agreements?
Those are probably just big words that
somebody made up anyway.
You DESERVE the big house, the big car and the
big plasma screen whether you’ve got a job or not.
Hell, I don’t live on a budget, and neither should you.
God bless America’s bottomless Federal Treasury.
Thank you and goodnight.
I’m Wesley Snipes and I approve this message.
Gee, thanks Mr. President.
I wasn’t interested in having a financial future anyway.