You know, we live in some pretty tough times. Although I am one of the lucky ones who has a job and can pay the bills I have; there are many out there who are struggling -- who are hurting financially -- and have realized what was affordable 5 years ago, is unattainable now. I am one of those, in fact.
I can say from personal experience, I made a heck of a lot more money 5 years ago, then I do now. But, I have an amazing wife, a baby boy on the way, and although I am struggling -- I am making it work and I am happy.
But others aren't so lucky. They may have to stall on paying a bill, a credit card, a mortgage, a whatever because of this incredibly tough time. I think most of us can agree with that, right? I've had some bills that I just simply needed to fall to the wayside because I just couldn't pay them. Does that make me a bad person? A deadbeat? NO.
But for the President to come out, and call those who miss that mortgage a "deadbeat?" Some people may actually be deadbeats. We all know that, but that's for society to decide. Not a President to blanket anyone who misses a mortgage a "deadbeat."
With a 37% approval rating, he is destined to plummet even further down the tubes, and quite frankly -- after seeing this video -- I am going to laugh the whole way down when he completely destroys whatever joke legacy he tried to make for his Presidency.
Whatever happened to helping those who couldn't pay there mortgage. He sure has changed his tune on that. Maybe he feels comfortable that he has really disparaged the republicans, he doesn't think it is necessary anymore. Still irritates me that he got onto banks, but he let the CEO of Franny Mae/Freddie Mac keep his $90 million dollars in salary and bonuses. Oh wait, he supported Obama so that was okay.