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Old 03-27-2008, 07:11 AM
Location: Michigan
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Thomas McKissack raised six children in the modest home he bought more than 30 years ago.

"I've seen my whole life in this house," McKissack says.

NewsChannel 5.com - Nashville, Tennessee - Homeowners Unknowingly Sign Away Property
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Old 03-27-2008, 02:30 PM
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What I think is weird is that he has a mortgage for a $98k home that he hasn't paid off in 30 years? Anybody else find that strange? That would be like $600 a month and he couldn't afford that? That means he would have to make at least $30 a day to afford the mortgage which is $4 an hour... minimum wage is more than this... he couldn't afford his mortgage? Something is wrong... and with SIX kids, none of them can help? Something is not right in the story... he got scammed but is he scamming America as well...
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