Posted 6 years ago on April 19, 2012, 6:51 p.m. EST by fleaparty
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Why is this hard? Default doesn't mean you simply get to keep what you bought with borrowed money. Honest, it doesn't. So, if you really want to "occupy" a home, try paying for it like normal people do. If you'd like to help, leave the sign at home, but do bring your checkbook to the next protest. Squatting doesn't create equity, but checks do.
The next time you line up behind the debtor, at least have the brains to ask why they're in debt and what they did with the money they borrowed. Time to grow up, folks.
It's amazing how even the slightest mention of personal responsibility so enrages OWS-types. Even with their signature clear as day on the bottom of the loan agreement, it's always and exclusively someone else's fault.
So, lever-up buttercup. Borrow yourself for perfection. Don't worry, because when something does go wrong and you blow up, it's someone else's fault and your bitterness and blame will keep you company.
The more debt you have, the less resilient you are. Another life-skills 101 fucking obvious point that OWS people will argue.