Musician Activist Jeff Murson sings about the housing market

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MAY 8, 2012 – Activist musician Jeff Murson from Champion, Ohio sent us a song he wrote back in 2008 about the housing market, and how he feels the 1% and the George W. Bush administration screwed millions of people out of their homes. He says about the song, "Give out 300 thousand dollar adjustable rate loans to kids making 7 dollars an hour at McDonalds knowing they can't pay it back. We'll get years of payments until it adjusts and then foreclose on their homes…LOL. Meanwhile, Bush's good ol' boys club turn their heads the other way *WINK -WINK; NOD-NOD; LOL*  In summation – THE AMERICAN DREAM WAS DESTROYED BY GEORGE W BUSH AND HIS RICH BUDDIES ON WALL STREET!"  Watch the video below.

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