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Blame the banks

Young people need to stop blaming Baby Boomers.

Those of us living in the early 1960s had to live within our means. If we didn’t have money, we didn’t buy, period. We didn’t have credit cards.

Then came easy credit and big banks started pushing credit cards and people started spending money they didn’t have.

Houses started getting bigger, homes needed more furniture and cars were bought on credit.

So you need to place blame on where it belongs—on government and banks.

DeniseClark



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