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Why Don't the Presidential Candidates Talk More About Housing?
Dr. Stan Humphries
Why doesn't Mitt Romney spend more time talking about housing given that Obama doesn't have a politically winning argument on this front? Well, it turns out that Obama hasn't left Romney many politically attractive options to do so.
The Real Debate Loser: The Voters
Tracy Van Slyke
Director, Culture Lab
Wednesday's night debacle of a debate hurt on many levels, not just because of of the failures of moderator Jim Lehrer, but because of our presidential candidates. I don't care who the pundits say won the debate, because in the end, the sad fact is that the American people lost.
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President, Dream Corps Unlimited; Author of NY Times bestselle...
Housing and foreclosures have been largely absent from the political debate, but they're about to break through in a big way. Battleground states like Nevada, Florida, Ohio, Colorado, Wisconsin, and North Carolina have been among the hardest hit by the housing crisis.
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Doing Two Things at Once: Jobs and Housing as Routes Out of Recession?
Worrell Professor of Anglo-American Studies, Wake Forest Unive...
Will somebody wake up the White House? A jobs bill without a housing bill will also not keep Obama in the White House for a second term.
Right to Rent: Will the Obama Administration Finally Fix Housing?
Co-director, CEPR; author, "Rigged: How Globalization and the ...
It would take a law passed by Congress to create a right to rent for the people losing their home to foreclosure. However, President Obama could unilaterally act to require Fannie and Freddie to go this route.
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