Saturday, May 18, 2013
Good for Chase, since they recieved a vast sum of taxpayer money for a bail out. They should also reduce the principal on all those exaggerated and hyped up home loans!!
What do you expect in these hard economic times..."Surprised!".
So basically the investors were looking for welfare from the city, then when prices appreciated they just cash out...
Get a clue.....
Welcome to the THUNDERDOME!
Heck man national legislators state and local governments are the reasons for this economic
situation, they have been paid off by business leaders (ANYTHING TO GET ELECTED OR REELECTED).
The banks and corporations control every aspect of the election process, thus lobbying to offshore your jobs for lower taxes and that good ole cheap labor. You don't see them lowering the principal on all that debt the homeowner owns. This is the slow process of terminal capitalism my friend, there is now fix, but the prolonged promise of prosperity. Asia and the West cannot prosper at the same time. It may be over for American labor
The mayor should get on a bike.
They are the largest shareholders in Wells Fargo Bank, they also own the Palms Casino and hotel
a asset which is loosing value. Hello..
The Maloof don't want to spend much, guess they want a bail out just like the banks, heck they should sell off all the bad assets in their possesion.
Biz must be slow..
tutitions costs should be reduced, students are straddled with too much loan debt, how can they contibute to the economy with all that debt.They have no consumer protection and these bank have
lobbied congress to rape these sudents, all for the big banks profits so these clowns can get re-elected. They should have observing these costs long ago. Now in this bad economy they finally are discussing these issues, This issue has been overlooked for a long time "Hello".
Now this sounds interesting! I will have to give it a try when open.
There have been several barbeque establishments in this location, none lasted very long, very bad location and dangerous, watch your back on this corner, I would not open anything in this spot and
expect to last in this economy! Good luck.
Katehi must go! UC Davis students pay money to be treated like this? The university profits from
every student who attend that institution.
Midtown Sacramento is still over capacity for restaurants.
This is one of the results of the California three strikes law passed years ago.
I love Golden Bear.
Lived in Sacramento all my life, never seen so many establishments close, never!!
Lets see how long this one lasts.
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