*****Or the fact that not all Americans are affected by this contrived economic crisis*****
My dear kween, the crisis is not really what is contrived. The crisis is the fallout from the contrived 90's/Clinton prosperity fiction. After any performance, the lights must go on and the curtain must come down. The show went off the air...the rollercoaster returned to the start point...the LSD trip is over.
You ask anyone when "anyone" started being able to get car loans and home loans and you will see it all started in the mid 90's. Truthfully, right after the Million Man March. It was almost like candy thrown to babies.
I consider myself an accomplice/student/victim of the economic bubbles, both dot-com and housing. I can FULLY support what I have to say about it.
The Clinton saxophone-on-Arsenio-with-sunglasses era set the stage for the manipulations via the Obamic endeavors.
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