Posted 5 years ago on July 5, 2013, 12:38 a.m. EST by AntiPoverty
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...despite the summer season. The increase in spending at the beginning of 2013 which was revised to a lower number, was mostly home and auto. Auto being pushed by cheap loans for those on substantial fixed incomes and the wealthy, while home purchasing can be attributed to neighborhood buyouts by banks looking to cash in on the leftovers from the recession.
Keep up the illusion, doesn't bother me a bit. I was poor when I was born, I'm poor now, and I'll be poor after WallSt crashes this fall. I'm just sick of my family suffering in the meantime. But on the bright side, my son is getting a good education on who the people in suits are; liars, cons, thieves and thugs.
It's also a shame that this will go down in the history books right next to the name 'Obama'. Wasted my time voting, I won't bother doing it again.