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Yeah, the current economic crisis is George Bush’s fault. It couldn’t be the fault of people buying houses they couldn’t afford, and especially not these poor people interviewed by the Washington Post; The eviction from their million-dollar home could come at any moment. Keith and Janet Ritter have been bracing for it — and battling [...]
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