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2022-07-03 Economy
Monthly car payments have crossed a record $700. What that means
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Posted by Besoeker 2022-07-03 15:12|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [10803 views ]  Top

#1 And yet, for more and more Americans owning a car is becoming unaffordable.

But I thought that was the plan ?
Posted by Besoeker 2022-07-03 15:40||   2022-07-03 15:40|| Front Page Top

#2 About what my house payment was 30 or so years ago
Posted by Glenmore  2022-07-03 15:53||   2022-07-03 15:53|| Front Page Top

#3 Reducing mobility kills the suburbs, drives people into the hive city, urban sump, where in a generation their kids are taught dependence, guilt and powerlessness.

When you look across the entire panorama of American life today, you see myriad changes that all push people in one direction, towards the modern serfdom of the Matrix and the hive collective where control and monitoring are the most effective. This isn't the arc of history or some other normative evolution, this is the planned long march and in modern times the only source of such strategic thinking are proto-Marxists in the CCP. The irony is, it is our money they use to buy compliance from politicians, educational institutions and the sham media.
Posted by NoMoreBS 2022-07-03 16:25||   2022-07-03 16:25|| Front Page Top

#4 Means more renters are going to move into their cars. You can sleep in the car. Can't drive the house to work.
Posted by Skidmark 2022-07-03 18:23||   2022-07-03 18:23|| Front Page Top

#5 Many years ago, when the first big housing developments began, there were billboards that said, "If you lived here, you'd already be home." Soon, someone was making bumper stickers that said, "If you lived in your car, you'd already be home."

All well and good as a joke, but not any way to live.
Posted by M. Murcek 2022-07-03 18:42||   2022-07-03 18:42|| Front Page Top

#6 The Enviro Greenies love this.
Posted by Black Charlie Slairt1430 2022-07-03 19:17||   2022-07-03 19:17|| Front Page Top

#7 
The Dodge Journey we purchased in 2018 cost $16.5K.
A quick check of www.Kbb.com shows it is worth MORE Today USED, than it cost brand NEW.

Tell me this isn't $%^& mess?
Posted by NN2N1 2022-07-03 22:20||   2022-07-03 22:20|| Front Page Top

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