Screw the people!! RomneyHood's philosophy
Whether destroying companies to turn them into profits for the destroyers or
whether it is about those Americans losing their homes to foreclosure, Mitt Romney's response is always let the Capitalist triumph and gain and let the people suffer and lose
i.e., let the Free Market machine govern our lives and we all bow down and pray to it
Wall Street's reckless behavior crashed the economy. In the past six years, housing prices nationwide have fallen by a third. Families have lost nearly $7 trillion of home equity. About 15 million homeowners owe $700 billion more on their mortgages than their homes are worth. Millions of middle-class families have watched their major source of wealth stripped away, their neighborhoods decimated, and their future economic security destroyed.
What's Mitt's response? In an interview last October with the Las Vegas Review-Journal , based in a state where foreclosures have reached epidemic levels, Mitt said: "Don't try to stop the foreclosure process. Let it run its course and hit the bottom." Then he suggested: "Allow investors to buy homes, put renters in them, fix the homes up and let it turn around and come back up."
Shortly after this interview, Mitt further displayed his faith in the free market at a round table discussion at a hotel in Tampa, Florida, another state where housing prices have plummeted and has been hit hard by foreclosures. Candice Tammey told Romney her situation, a plight familiar to millions of American families.
It is time for reporters following Mitt to start asking him some questions about housing, a serious problem today.
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