The neo-conservatives want to explain how Bill Clinton and Chris Dodd, the housing bubble in Australia, Britain and France the cause?

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I gave them several weeks to a story about this factoid weben.Sie blamed the mortgage meltdown has forced banks to U.S. $ 500K to give loans to poor, Bill Clinton. But the same ability to flip the house, took place in the world.

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    Joshua H
    May 2, 2011 at 6:07 am

    “Norman . . . coordinate . . . Norman . . . coordinate”

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    DOOM
    May 2, 2011 at 6:13 am

    No one ever claimed that Clinton caused the housing bubbles in other countries, just as no one (I hope) has claimed that Bush caused the same.

    I’m concerned, however, with the housing situation in the US, not in those countries.

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    Brian the brain
    May 2, 2011 at 6:55 am

    First of all, i take offence at being called a “neocon”
    Second of all, I never blamed Clinton and Dodd for the housing bubble, but i think its kinda weird the Clinton decided that every joe shmoe deserved a house to own…
    Houses are very special and were not meant to be owned by EVERYONE who decided they wanted one

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    otto2294
    May 2, 2011 at 7:33 am

    i still dont think youll get a proper answer to this question as the answer is that they arent to blame. neocons wont admit this however

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    Quagmire
    May 2, 2011 at 8:11 am

    I’d love to see a link to a story about a government that forced their countries’ banks to loan money to people who could never pay them back, like Clinton did. You claim it went on throughout the globe, surely it must be easy to back up that claim then.

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    You Are Dry Shaving Me
    May 2, 2011 at 8:44 am

    I’m sorry Chi, but you seem like an angry person. Maybe you should consider taking a class to control yourself.

    Do you dream about NeoCons?

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    Madd Texan
    May 2, 2011 at 8:50 am

    I’m not a neocon, but it has been said that if the US economy sneezes, the world economy catches pneumonia. And we, conservatives, didn’t say that the cause was giving $ 500k loans to poor people caused the meltdown. We said that the government, going back to Carter, caused the meltdown by requiring lending institutions to LOWER the standards for loaning money. What we said about the Clinton administration was that the justice department told lending institutions that they would be investigated if they didn’t increase their minority held loans.

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    iraqisax
    May 2, 2011 at 9:01 am

    Clinton and Dodd had nothing to do with the housing bubbles in other nations. These nations have their own crooked politicians, and their economies, like ours, is built on worthless fiat money.

    As long as a nation has a worthless currency, there is nothing to stop politicians and central banks for inflating that currency. When greed gets hold of these crooks, they run the printing presses flooding the economy with more paper, driving up prices. The speculation on future paper profits encourages foolish people to pay higher and higher prices for real estate and other items.

    When everyone realizes that the market is way overpriced, people stop buying and prices begin to drop. That’s a quick explanation of what our criminal politicians are doing to us. And we don’t have a monopoly on criminal politicians.

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