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$75k from a 2nd mortgage to "Stop the Steal" (Original Post) live love laugh Dec 2022 OP
Suckers... Historic NY Dec 2022 #1
I don't know whether to laugh or feel sorry for the guy. Demobrat Dec 2022 #2
15K from paid off plus 75K is only $90K... That's not a lifetime BlueWaveNeverEnd Dec 2022 #3
How old is he? niyad Dec 2022 #5
not sure but that would definitely be a factor BlueWaveNeverEnd Dec 2022 #10
I had $85k in debt GenThePerservering Dec 2022 #7
I'm LOL KS Toronado Dec 2022 #6
no sound niyad Dec 2022 #4
Sorry I just copied the link. It works for others. Try again maybe? live love laugh Dec 2022 #9
Best comment: GenThePerservering Dec 2022 #8
To make it worse (better?) chriscan64 Dec 2022 #11


(9,190 posts)
2. I don't know whether to laugh or feel sorry for the guy.
Mon Dec 26, 2022, 01:09 AM
Dec 2022

So I guess I’ll go with laugh. Like somebody once said….what a maroon.

He’ll be paying for this one for the rest of his life, literally every month when he writes the mortgage check.

I wonder if he forged her name on the mortgage docs. She’s going to need a good divorce lawyer.

And I wonder what rabbit hole he went down. Was it Fox 24/7, right-wing websites, hate radio, all of the above?

He got nothing for his money, and stands to lose his wife and a heck of a lot more in a divorce.

Okay I ALMOST feel sorry for the guy.


(8,791 posts)
3. 15K from paid off plus 75K is only $90K... That's not a lifetime
Mon Dec 26, 2022, 01:13 AM
Dec 2022

if the homeowner is aggressive about paying it off


(2,149 posts)
7. I had $85k in debt
Mon Dec 26, 2022, 02:41 AM
Dec 2022

It took me working three jobs and living on next to nothing 12 years to pay it off. I was disciplined and motivated and worked 12 hours a day, 6 days a week.

I doubt this numbnut has the will to do that.


(1,789 posts)
11. To make it worse (better?)
Mon Dec 26, 2022, 12:32 PM
Dec 2022

only a small percentage of those donations went to the actual cause of overturning the election. The full report by the Jan. 6th committee breaks it down.

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