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So with them all jumping in intrest, he can not possibly afford it

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Posted on Tue Oct 14, 2008 10:03 pm  

Hope he got everything worked out.
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Posted on Mon Oct 27, 2008 2:40 am  

He called me, he said that his one card went up to 31% intrest, took the payment up to over $750 a month, he had 3 other cards and that was just on the personal side of life, he also has business cards. So with them all jumping in intrest, he can not possibly afford it. He is going through a restruction and paying so much a month to a reputable company that is handling it all for him.
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Posted on Tue Oct 28, 2008 10:50 am  

I posted an answer here but for some reason it isn't showing. Thats been happening to me on this site every so often. In any case I am glad he found a wy to take care of the problem. It really is hard theses days for normal working people to keep up with their bills. Lots of fields of employment are seeing cut backs. I just loove how we can bail out Wallstreet and we can't have the choice of bailing out our neighbor...they would actually have deserved it more.
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Posted on Tue Oct 28, 2008 10:55 am  

It is really hard on the small business man, especially if your business is seasonal. He had one heck of a time last winter, so at least this will take some stress off of him.
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Posted on Tue Oct 28, 2008 10:59 am  

Please do not remind me of the previous winter...I am glad that it has passed. I was in his same boat. Like I said this economy has effected lots of different jobs. My employer didn't do half the work he did last year. I use to work for a greenhouse and they cut back the products they put up for winter to sell the next spring. This year they only put back 25% of what they did last year. Sells were really down and they even cut their workers keeping the ones that got paid the least. It was really disgusting.
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Posted on Sat Nov 08, 2008 1:28 pm  

Well, I hope the new administration does not sink the little man who is trying to keep a small business up and running, if they do, it will mean jobs for those who work under them. I hope they try to give some incentives for them and help them not only stay afloat but make profit.

We have bigger companies in our area doing mass layoffs because the orders are not coming in. Can't make car parts if they are not selling cars, can build windows if no one is building and then the whole transportation of these goods are affected too. Something really needs to give here.
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Posted on Sat Nov 08, 2008 6:25 pm  

I really think that either administartion was going to have a lot of work. What people do not relize that under either canidate their was going to be soemthing we were going to be forced to swollw. I am not for either one. WEe got Obama but and everyones hen pecking all his ideas and yes, for good reason. Now look at what could have happened if McCain got in. Starting with the taxation of insurance benefits. Imagine this time next year with tax season around the corner and all the sudden you have to pay tons of taxes on thousands of dollars worth of benefit..this is just one thing. So either way we were going to pay..hope noone "forgot" their wallet cause I am only paying my share.
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Posted on Sun Nov 09, 2008 1:55 am  

You have to think about what it does to business too, the companies that are shutting down around where I am can not afford to pay the high taxes so they shut down and then you have fifty to one hundred people out of work, so not only do they not have health care, they don't have jobs either.
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Posted on Sun Nov 09, 2008 1:00 pm  

Oh but lets not stop there. Wait until he hits the coal industry. Not only will it be affecting the companies and their employess but also the revenue the state recieves from big coal (25%) but it will effect every household along the way. Electric bills will sky rocket once the take this form of supplying it away and then the cost cap placed on electric expires really soon. Both these factors and when paying your monthly bill it will be more like paying a car payment. Bills are expected to more than double if these two factors take place.
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Posted on Sun Nov 09, 2008 3:10 pm  

I know I seen his regulations on the clean air act policy for coal plants, although I agree with the clean air act this is gonna cost these coal generation plants so much money, they will not build any more, just like the oil refinaries, they have not built any new ones for so long because of this very reason.
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Posted on Tue Nov 11, 2008 12:15 am  

I don't see it putting coal out of the picture all together. Too much money in the black stuff. I too am for cleaner air but the man expects all this to happen overnight instaed of looking into a long term plan that could stretch over 5-10 years. I eman its been going on for this long whats another few years?
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Posted on Tue Nov 11, 2008 1:18 am  

oh yeah, nothing will happen overnight, I don't think that we will see any changes in this for a long time to come yet, so don't worry about it for now fireyone.

what ever happens we have to deal with it anyway.
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Posted on Tue Nov 11, 2008 1:22 am  

Yep just deal as it comes. I am wondering if he will work harder to please all americans and get us back on track. If you think about it he is going to want to prove himeself and his race. So thre will be alot in making a name for himself and his race. With things already as bad as they are its not like coal is going to be the first thing on his priority list anyway.
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Posted on Tue Nov 11, 2008 3:39 am  

Probably not, he has to continue the bail outs plans and following through with helping the economy get back on track. I hear a second stimulus package is in the works, we got an alert this morning at work because there was unemployment attached to it. I hope that they give something to the working people too.
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Posted on Tue Nov 11, 2008 11:19 pm  

Thats my biggest concern too. They are so busy getting middle class people to pay that they forget we have bills and hardships too. This stimulus plan has changed so often I think I will just wait and see what really happens. Obama want Bush to pass one before the beginning of the year and he says if it doesn't happen it will the day he gets into office. I relize more money is needed for unemployment but what about the people barely hanging onto their jobs and getting behind because of rising prices?

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