We've got housing gamblers protesting outside of Countrywide's offices, screaming that they were "put" into toxic mortgages that are now leading to foreclosures.
We've got the monkeys in Congress talking about using our taxpayer dollars to bail out failed flippers and ignorant homedebtors.
We've got the ignorant head of the FDIC telling lenders that they should violate their contracts and continue the teaser rates for the life of the loan.
We've got Ben Bernanke slashing rates (and destroying the dollar) to prop up investors, hedge funds and banks who made stupid bets.
We've got no damned sense of personal responsibility anymore. We've got a free spending government who acts like a sugar daddy when things go wrong. And we've got people who make bad choices looking to blame anyone but themselves.
Want more? How about the bailout of New Orleans homedebtors who built houses in a flood plain. How about the girl at McDonalds who just won millions from a company that did nothing wrong. How about America complaining that we're on the wrong track and stuck in Iraq after they elected Bush two times.
This is a sickening time in US history. And the lack of personal responsibility is at the heart of it. Bring on the crash. Unfortunately people need to be taught a lesson about the choices they make in life, and their repercussions, so that future generations don't count on bailouts, don't count on goverment, don't count on lawsuits, and start counting on themselves.