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The cynisism on these boards is unreal. Dont you remember your mother saying "if you dont have anything nice to say, then say nothing at all?"
We're all growing tired of whiners and complainers, so with that being said, how about something constructive versus political rhetoric and woe is me.
If you want true financial independence, do this one simple thing.
Cut up all your credit cards except the one with the least interest.
Then, Put it in a safe place and use it for "EMERGENCIES" only.
Live on what you earn today, not tomorrow.
Don't forget to pay your Obamacare premium/ or increased deductible.
OOPS! There went your 1,000 bucks. Now what MSN rocket scientist?
If you are looking to get in, just get in and stay in. Buy small amounts of stocks at regular intervals, in regular amounts, in good times or bad, come hell or high water. Do that for twenty or thirty years and you will have a giant pile of cash at the end.
you have democrats and republicans...vote them all out and you will have more democrats and republicans
those in charge let you think you have the power of the vote, but you can only vote for the puppets they allow to run.........THAT'S WHY THEY WILL ALWAYS BE IN CHARGE...........and you can spew your political views all you want but nothing will chage
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