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  • #16
    How bout a free one way ticket to live in some socialist county?
    I mean, they've been at it for a while, have it all figured out......shove all this liberal talent to Venezuela............surely fix any issues down there.

    Reparations?

    I'm all for em. Give each slave relative 50 grand and a ticket back to their home country.
    That kinda money, they'll all be "kangs".
    Of course their relatives will steal it all.
    Not my friggin' problem.

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    • #17
      Why do they always have to put politics in everything?? and money... Like, okay politics is everywhere because it was always everywhere, in any field. But money? Education should be free cause why should we pay when they are demanding us to be smart? If they want a smart population they should provide free education. Lots of students take loans just to pay for further education, like I did from this site https://credit-10.com/dk/ferratum-login/ . That's not how it should be!
      Last edited by Penelopet; 07-28-2020, 04:27 PM.

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      • #18
        forgetting for a second the propriety of forgiving debt or paying for post secondary education, how am I going to be charged again? Can someone explain how much it will actually cost me? I'm in the market, I've shifted to money market accounts mostly but I still invest on a longer time line for the kids and my wife, but um, how much is a transaction fee going to cost me. A nickel a trade maybe? Wouldn't add up to a dollar a year.

        Just asking. Now if I were moving billions of dollars around in millions of trades a day, it might add up, but I'm not, nor are you or most investors who use it for retirement.

        We've a glut of entitled folks with advanced degrees who would probably be suited to stock shelves at Wally Mart, but that's besides the point.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by rock rat View Post
          forgetting for a second the propriety of forgiving debt or paying for post secondary education, how am I going to be charged again? Can someone explain how much it will actually cost me? I'm in the market, I've shifted to money market accounts mostly but I still invest on a longer time line for the kids and my wife, but um, how much is a transaction fee going to cost me. A nickel a trade maybe? Wouldn't add up to a dollar a year.

          Just asking. Now if I were moving billions of dollars around in millions of trades a day, it might add up, but I'm not, nor are you or most investors who use it for retirement.

          We've a glut of entitled folks with advanced degrees who would probably be suited to stock shelves at Wally Mart, but that's besides the point.
          Who's charging you for what? Forgiving college debt or providing a free college education will come from our taxes. If you want it, go get it, but I'm not backing your play.

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          • #20
            I was actually hoping Liz would win the nomination just so I could watch her and Trump debate. What a comic opera that would have been! During my stay in hospital after February appendectomy, I was forced to put up with political crap on TV 24/7 because the old boy in the other bed had the remote. The Democratic debates were on. Ugh! Watching Warren was particularly painful. Reminded me of a late night TV evangelist and/or soap opera actress with a bit of a promotional speaker school drop out thrown in the mix. Saying a lot without saying anything ... but with lots of drama. Wouldn't shut up. Trying too hard. She was even conjuring up phony tears at one point. Pathetic.

            I was really hoping Bernie would win. Way too idealistic but GOP Congress would have kept that in check. Bernie is a nice guy, articulate (actually very pleasant to watch), and he's smart. No skeletons in his closet either (Trump has a houseful!). He would have been a good leader I think. Someone who could maybe build some unity in the partisan "fight back" "drain the swamp" quagmire. I don't think Biden will help ... but he's certainly not trying to make it worse. That's Trump's job. Hell, it's his function in life.
            Last edited by Ontario Honker Hunter; 07-23-2020, 08:09 AM.

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            • #21
              From honk the phony- "During my stay in hospital after February appendectomy, I was forced to put up with political crap on TV 24/7 because the old boy in the other bed had the remote. The Democratic debates were on................"

              Appendectomy, or frontal lobotomy? Lobotomy would explain a whole lot.

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              • #22
                Franchi a transaction fee is not my taxes, it's a tax on transactions. How many stock trades do you do in a day?

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by rock rat View Post
                  Franchi a transaction fee is not my taxes, it's a tax on transactions. How many stock trades do you do in a day?
                  Once a year, in January. Annual adjustments and purchases.

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                  • #24
                    I honestly am less worried about loans and student debts and more worried about the racial crap that is actually happening in the states. I wonder if the democrats might be able to win this election. I feel like that is a lot more important then loans. I personally never really had to worry about student debts since I studied abroad and didn't have to take out loans but when I came back there has been a lot of problems for me to figure out the whole credit system in the states ( I feel like that is also something we have to think about during this election season) because the economy is not that great at the moment either. I was lucky to find a website that ind of helped me out with that and kind of explained to me in fairly easy terms kind of all the credit lines and credit scores. You guys can check it here: https://www.moneyexpert.com/loans/bad-credit-loans/. Hopefully it will be helpful to you guys and we actually figure out what is gonna happen to the US after the election
                    Last edited by lakersgirl248; 10-04-2020, 04:57 AM.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by lakersgirl248 View Post
                      I honestly am less worried about loans and student debts and more worried about the racial crap that is actually happening in the states. I wonder if the democrats might be able to win this election
                      That is a million dollar question lakersgirl ! It would be travesty if only one issue was to decide this election. If the entire D’s agenda is taken into the equation, there should be no way this election should not be a landslide victory for Trump !! The agenda of the D’s is so far left of the American political standing, it is amazing it is even being considered to be viable thought in a sane person’s head ! The racial issue is one that politicians think they can legislate how people must feel and act in regards to. The more it is forced on to people, the more the divide will become !

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                      • #26

                        The theme of divide-and-conquer – or at least just divide – so distressed a former Trump cabinet member, onetime Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, that he issued a statement to The Atlantic denouncing Trump's behavior and rhetoric.


                        "Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people – does not even pretend to try. Instead, he tries to divide us," Mattis wrote.

                        https://www.usnews.com/news/election...the-presidency

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