Do you realize Katrina homeowners can get up to $150,000 of your tax dollars for their house? Guess there's no need for insurance these days when the mother of all gift horses is in the corral
Does that also mean big daddy government will bail out bubble homeowners who get foreclosed on? After all, they were just following government's advice - get a home and get an ARM.
Is anyone else incensed with how the government is spending like drunk sailors these days?
Gov. Kathleen Blanco's administration outlined a $7.5 billion rebuilding, relocation and buyout plan for Louisiana residents with hurricane-damaged homes - the first comprehensive plan the state has offered for thousands whose homes remain ruined in neighborhoods paralyzed with uncertainty.
Homeowner assistance would be capped at a maximum $150,000 per homeowner under the draft recommendations unveiled Monday
March 23, 2006
Posted by blogger at 3/23/2006