Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Opportunist at Work

I do my best to educate myself on issues that matter most to me. I discuss these issues with my family, my friends, and my coworkers. I bite my tongue in line at the grocery store. I vote therefore I have the right to bitch. However, I struggle posting my personal views and "issues" here as this blog was intended to be a resource for my clients and other consumers looking for information. When bill 965 was on the table I used my blog to "lobby" against it as had the bill passed it would have affected my livelihood and consumers alike. Since this bailout package was introduced it has become a hot-button for me and I let my emotions get involved with my work. In the past it has bitten me in the ass, it might very well do so again, but I don't care. Why? Because I am a real person. I don't always tell people what they want to hear. I feel that doing so compromises my principals. I may not agree with the bailout being passed but I question the consequences if not. I do not like being fleeced. I do not like how we got here. I do not like the finger pointing and back pedaling. The more the bailout was talked about and the more I read the more it started to stink. Obviously IMO the bailout is a turd. However, I will keep doing my job in spite and because of it. I will look to the current market to afford a lower rates for my clients who need to afford their mortgage payment. I will become an opportunist. I hate the thought, but I love my job. I love helping people...
I love you. You Know?!

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