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2009-03-10 - 11:02 a.m.
Trying to get going early today. There is much to do and not much time to do it.
So, I present only one item today. Thomas Sowell weighs in on the mortgage bailout:
Why should taxpayers who live in apartments, perhaps because they did not feel that they could afford to buy a house, be forced to subsidize other people who could not afford to buy a house but who went ahead and bought one anyway?
As an apartment renter, I think that's a very good question.
Oh, I almost forgot - click on the HangInThereJack.com link to your left to get a coupon for a free order of fries and a drink at Jack In The Box. You don't even have to buy anything.
The catch - it's only good today, March 10th. Move fast.
Okay, I'm outta here.
Be seeing you.
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