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|Tonight’s Campus Question|
Tea party freshman Rep.Tom Graves (R-GA) recently defaulted on a $2.2 million loan and claimed that it was the bank’s fault for giving him a loan he could not pay back. He went on to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives as a fiscal conservative. Working class people were decieved by unscrupulous mortage companies and signed onto loans that they could not afford. They were accused of “crashing the global economy” and lost their homes. What is the lesson to be learned from these stories?
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