Celebs: Take my mansion -- please!

Regular folks aren't the only ones struggling to sell their homes these days. Even big-time celebrities are having to cut their asking prices -- sometimes by many millions.
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May 9, 2011 8:08PM
May 10, 2011 11:08AM
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Ok, I bet the comments are slamming the rich.

 

Raise your hand if you BELIEVE we have a strong economy with 9% unemployment!

Anyone? Bueller, Bueller!

A rich person's multiple home troubles aren't troubles the masses will cry about.

 

Some media members are even saying $4 gas is a good thing.

Yet in 2006, Pelosi and the DEMS villified Bush, claiming he was in bed with the oil industry.

It's tough out there and the media is flip flopping on issues and making statistics fuzzy.

May 10, 2011 2:51PM
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Even the rich overextend themselves and they can afford to live just about anywhere if they learned to budget their money wisely instead of impressing with ridiculous luxuries that become everyday means of life.

 

Get on the good foot, good God!

May 15, 2011 10:52AM
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The real question is when will it get better?If we continue to give our economy away to foreign countries what do you expect to happen?It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that one out!You just can't expect jobs to be pulled out of the sky,and Obammy doesn't have a clue what happened to our former way of making a living.Do any of your Washington politicians even talk about the big job giveaway?They don't even act like it ever happened!What a bunch of **** rich elitists!It will take a businessman to fix this crap,and that will mean belt tightening,and some pain to be had by about everybody,with exception of Congress,and their rich bastard cronies.Don't ever expect these people to suffer.
May 15, 2011 12:37PM
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how in the hell could they not afford to have the house bought and paid for?  
May 15, 2011 11:33AM
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Media??? LOL!! I unplugged cable "news" media long ago. The hilarious thing is that these entertainment people pumped and are still pumping millions into the Obama re-election machine. Hope and Change. Really?? The ironic thing about this is that the middle class, whom this political-media army has been out to destroy, feeds these egotistical Hollywierdies and they haven't got the intellect to see it.
May 15, 2011 11:35AM
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The key thing to notice is that while prices are severely depressed (?) they are still WAY higher than they were just 10 years ago in 1999, 3 to 5 times higher. So if we aren't even remotely close to being as low as prices were just 10 years ago. Are they really "way down" or still badly inflated? And yes all but Brosnan appear to be jack-a's for their grotesquely ostentatious megalomaniac purchases. I like Obama but he's never ever had a real job, and though well meaning he's spent an entire life on the public dole, so charging him with fixing business driven economies is much like having a lifeguard perform brain surgery! Thinking
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