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There is more Wealth here and Globally than ever before. All the Luxury Auto Makers are setting Record Sales Numbers while Airbus and Boeing are seeing Record Sales of their Biggest and Best Jets. The Stock Markets have set Records along with Corporate Cash Hoards and Profits. Yet Europe has 12.1% unemployment and America is seeing Record amount of folks on Food-stamps.
But, but, these are the job creating Republican states. How could this be?
I'd be curious to to see the federal governments FICO score.
Maybe the state governments too.
And, to all the literalists that are going to be annoyed by this. Yes, I know, they don't actually have a FICO score. But they could come up with a close number based on how they pay their bills.
You do realize that the credit scores this article posts are complete hogwash right? 700 to 799 is considered good to excellent and 800 and above is the best you can get. And since credit scores are arbitrary depending on which credit scoring agency you ask, that makes the very idea of this article suspect at best and makes you wonder if this isn't yet another way the 1 percent try to stick it to the working person in America.
This will show an idea of what good credit is, forget MSN they only care about drama and trying to create division in America.
One of the biggest things to bring a score to that level is the LACK of purchasing on credit. When you pay for things as you can afford them, rather than when you WANT them, then you tend to cause your score to stay in the lower reaches of decency.
All of these scores are decent. They also are in states that for the most part (there are a couple of glaring exceptions) are populated by people who are raised to be frugal with their money, and to spend it when they have it, as opposed to when they HOPE to have it.
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