I think owning a home and being able to pay for that home and its upkeep would be the American Dream for me.
OR IT CAN BE THE AMERICAN NIGHTMARE................
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But let's face it, we all need a roof over our heads
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they key to home ownership is re-thinking it's concept - Rather than looking for what we want, look for what we can afford, clean, safe and an economical roof over our heads. Something we can pay off in less than 15 years. As you can see from my experience, we cannot count on our income. We also need to think of a vehicle as safe, reliable transportation, that we can afford - hopefully buy without any payments or payoff in less than one year.
by JamesPoppell 3 years ago
With foreclosures on the rise again, is renting the new American dream?
by Cuttler 4 years ago
As an American, do you still believe in living ''The American dream''????Though I am not an American, I have always felt driven by the slogan 'living the american dream'. But in recent years with all that is happening in the states, I can feel that passion die away slowly. Is it only me?
by sannyasinman 7 years ago
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by Thomas Byers 4 years ago
Minimum Wage Needs To Go Up To A Fair Wage And The Rich Should Pay Their Fair Share Of TaxesThe wealthy should have to pay their fair share of taxes but this just isn't happening. I've never understood why it isn't set up so that the more you make the higher the rate of taxes you'll have to pay. It...
by Rafini 8 years ago
What does the American Dream mean to you? Whether or not you live in the USA everyone has an opinion.To me the American Dream stands for opportunity. Whatever opportunity you choose to chase. It may be owning that mansion on the hill or going to college. It might be owning...
by My Esoteric 3 years ago
Yes, that is true. Assuming 125 million households in America, if National Income (sum of income from wages and capital) increased on average $1,- the top 1% would see a $21.66 rise in income,- the next 9% would get a $3.12 rise in purchasing power- the middle 40% of Americans would only...
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