ALERT: Job Loss Could Put One in Three Out Of Their Home…



With so many people being laid off and losing their jobs the thought occurred to me to do research on just how many people are on the verge of homelessness. Average people in the U.S. are increasingly concerned about basic survival. This trend is only growing worse with each company that moves overseas, with each small business owner forced to close its doors because of rising operating costs, etc. To add to these problems you must also figure in the population boom that is happening with so many illegal immigrants being allowed into our country.

Another damper on the quality of life people can live and the amount of disposable income is also greatly effected with rising living costs. Gas prices in particular comes to mind, it obviously has a direct effect on everything but the most glaring is the commute costs for many who travel to find work. It’s impossible to mention all the problems we as Americans are facing, but anyway take a look at this survey, it is disturbing.

One in three Americans would be unable to make their mortgage or rent payment beyond one month if they lost their job, according to the results of a national survey. Despite being more affluent, the poll found that even those with higher annual household incomes indicate they are not guaranteed to make their next housing payment if they lost their source of income.

The survey was conducted on behalf of a financial consortium comprised of the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Financial Planning Association, Foundation for Financial Planning, and the U.S. Conference of Mayors.

Sixty-one percent of those surveyed said if they were handed a pink slip, they would not be able to continue to make their mortgage or rent payment longer than five months.

This country needs tariffs that DISCRIMINATE against imports essentially two tier rate and take the higher cost of US made goods as a cost of maintainin­­­g a “balanced” society. Sure there is retaliation from other countries but we have that already from china with currency manipulation and other tools and exports are not enough to sustain long term full employment.

Ultimately, it was the vision of elderly without money unable to afford a place to live and going hungry in the early 30s that created Social Security. Social Security has been quite effective on eradicating the worst of that, but still requires personal savings to live well in retirement. I assume that Granny starving in the street are the “good old days” that the Koch Brothers are yearning for.

The liberal mindset and ideology is to create a dependent society, and if you simply open your eyes to the last seven years under Obama has been giant steps towards just that, it’s time we put Americans first for a change before it’s to late.


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