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  1. Buffi2
    11-16-2008
    Buffi2
    I'm beginning to lose hope that it will ever get better. At least when C & C were here, the solution appeared pretty obvious. Now, I see so many things going wrong, I wouldn't even know where to start - adding to that - I seriously don't understand how we could be soooo bad. I'm not sure we can win another game this season. Perhaps the players, etc. shouldn't have been talking about playoffs before the season began - that has just made the entire season even worse.
  2. ChampionTexan
    11-14-2008
    ChampionTexan
    Received and happily accepted.

    Thanks Vinny!
  3. Vinny
    11-13-2008
    Vinny
    lol, that's hilarious...and rich. I've made my living in the finance sector most of my adult life...."intimidated"????? too funny...nobody had a gun to anyone's head, especially groups like acorn. Please don't insult my intelligence with partisan drivel. Banks did what they did out of pure greed. They knew a certain % of the loans would default...thats why they had the astounding interest rates. You only have rates that high when you have to hire more workers to clean up the messes you anticipate....thats why people with poor credit ratings have to pay higher interest rates...it takes more money to service their accounts. The banks weren't intimidated by Obama or acorn...they were just greedy pards. I've heard enough of the leaps of logic on this topic so lets end this conversation please.
  4. Red_Zone
    11-12-2008
    Red_Zone
    Well Obama's certainly not responsible for the whole mess, but his work with ACORN certainly contributed since he trained workers that then went out and intimidated banks into making bad loans, it's what ACORN did.
  5. Red_Zone
    11-12-2008
    Red_Zone
    You're right, but that problem didn't begin with Bush, It started under Carter and was boosted by Clinton and the democrats. Facts are facts.
  6. txchick1971
    11-11-2008
    txchick1971
    thanks
  7. Red_Zone
    11-11-2008
    Red_Zone
    And six of the last eight years the economy was great. Look at the facts, you can't blame the sub prime crisis on republicans. But thanks for the rep.,
  8. cuppacoffee
    10-18-2008
    cuppacoffee
    Thanks..an old curmudgeon like me needs all the friends he can get.
  9. cuppacoffee
    10-18-2008
    cuppacoffee
    Not too sure how this friends thing works. There are many quality posters here who I consider my friends in Texans land. I also hope they consider me a friend. We just don't always agree.
  10. Double Barrel
    10-15-2008
    Double Barrel
    Howdy, pards!

    "The wisest man I ever knew taught me something I never forgot. And although I never forgot it, I never quite memorized it either. So what I'm left with is the memory of having learned something very wise that I can't quite remember."
    ~ George Carlin

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