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(Washington Post)   A group of eight companies seems to have all the luck when winning tax lien auctions in DC, which raises a few eyebrows since A) they are all owned by the same guy B) that guy was previously convicted of bid-rigging in neighboring MD   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 52
    More: Obvious, criminal conspiracy  
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2013-09-10 12:27:24 PM

Nutsac_Jim: Isitoveryet: "It just doesn't seem fair or right."

no it doesn't. I know that, you obviously know that and we both know that fair or right have no place in America today.  Capitalism has spoken!!

all praise to Profit no matter what the cost.

/i know, i sound poor.

I cant wait until you get a job and your employer just decides that it has a really hard time paying you.
Lets see how charitable you are, then.


that was sarcasm, i am in no way suggesting someone should lose their home due to owed property tax. If i had any say in the matter, i would work with them, no matter how long it takes for repayment & i sure as hell wouldn't bring in private firms to purchase the lien and turn it for profit.
 
2013-09-10 12:30:23 PM

jigger: Isitoveryet: Capitalism has spoken!!

What the fark does this have to do with capitalism? This is all about taxes.


it was all about taxes then it was turned into an opportunistic rape of the property owner via private company looking to make a profit off someones misfortune/debt.
 
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