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I have a friend from college who grew up here in San Mateo.  We often discuss things like and also the ridiculous real estate here on the Peninsula.  He is also a pretty frugal guy who makes a good income.  We often exchange articles about bailouts and real estate and discuss them.  The most hilarious comment I got from him about these articles is, “I want to punch them in the face”.  Here are some examples of folks he wanted to punch in the face.

When CNN featured , my friend said to me, “Are we supposed to feel sorry for these people?  I want to punch them in the face, with the exception of the guy that became disabled”.  I thought the most egregious example of a deadbeat out of the four families is.  This is  a guy that obviously knew that he was walking away as a financial decision.  He actually said that he “landed on his feet in just about every way”.

Here is another guy that my friend would like to punch from the article titled

“The government cannot do anything to make Rafael Aponte’s home affordable.

Aponte has been unemployed for three years since being laid off after 17 years at National Display Co. That is how long he has owned his Northern Liberties rowhouse, now in foreclosure.

Protesting near the National Constitution Center, where a congressional panel yesterday tried to gauge the progress of homeowner-rescue programs, Aponte said his lender had agreed to modify his mortgage, then had withdrawn the offer.

“They said that without a job, how could I pay even that?” Aponte said. “They’re right, but it isn’t fair.” “

I thought that this article was hilarious since the guy admitted that the bank was right that he couldn’t pay, but still complained that it’s unfair.  The article actually went on to say that the mortgage bailout money should have been given directly to the borrowers.  Seriously? I say thank God now that there are banks that are smart enough to deny loans that they know wouldn’t be repaid.  Another precious quote from the above article is the following:

“Getting a homeowner’s DTI [debt-to-income] ratio to 31 percent won’t help the unemployed, since 31 percent of their income is zero,” said Paul Willen, a senior economist and policy adviser at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.

This made me laugh pretty hard, too.  When did you learn that 0 multipled by  anything is 0?

If my friend were to be face to face with these folks, I am sure he wouldn’t actually punch them in the face, even though someone needs to knock some sense into them.  What we are frustrated about is that many of these foreclosees are painted as victims in the media and coddled like innocent babes by the politicians.  Yes, the economy is in the pits right now, and many people are unemployed, but that is not an excuse to throw away personal responsibility.   If the government continues to bully banks into making loans to people who they know have no intention or ability to repay those loans, then this situation will not get better.  Unfortunately, that is still what I am seeing.  The banks are still portrayed as the ultimate villains that aren’t helping enough homeowners in trouble.  The truth of the matter is that a lot of these folks, and the modification efforts will just give them a few more months of free housing.

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cialis super active reviewson 10.01.09 at 10:31 pm

In 2003 Alan Greenspan and George Bush set the wheels in motion to dump a tidal wave of liquidity into our economy to prop up an overvalued stock market. That is when I felt like punching someone. Everything else since then has been mild entertainment. Just a human comedy with just about everyone making bad financial decisions.

The whole chain of events would be funny except our government is presently making the Greenspan/Bush bailout look like chump change. The next few years will be ripe with a whole lot of speculators that need a punch in the face. Maybe we could start with the bankers that, after crippling our financial system are soon to walk away with billions upon billions in profits after the biggest runup in the stock market history.

cialis super active reviewson 10.02.09 at 11:40 pm

It’s just the way the world is. We have to take advantage of everything the government gives us and live it up!

cialis super active reviewson 10.03.09 at 12:58 am

That’s how this government wants to do it – putting money over bad management. I say shame on them.
Nice article BTW :)

cialis super active reviewson 10.05.09 at 11:17 am

The other thing to note is that while you are saving and being disciplined about your finances by living below your means, thousands of others are not, and are living it up.

There’s only one life to live, and ironiclly, many of the irresponsible managed to live much better lives than the responsible in their 20′s, 30′s, 40′s etc.

cialis super active reviewson 10.08.09 at 1:00 pm

There is no need for me to feel strongly, I just look at the situations as an business owner and say, where is my opportunity? There are people everywhere just like them.
Dr. Letitia Wright
The Wright Place TV Show

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