Monday, March 18, 2019

Kansas City Faith In Dave Ramsey?!?!

Quick glimpse at local marketing news and the promise of financial salvation for po'folk. Read more:

Dave Ramsey brings 'get out of debt' message to Kansas City churches

Financial expert Dave Ramsey spoke to church leaders Monday evening in Kansas City about how their members can save more money.The program is MarginKC. It is the first of its kind -- one Ramsey hopes to share with churches nationwide."Seventy-eight percent are living paycheck to paycheck," said the Rev.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I used to be in debt. Then I got divorced. My bills decreased tremendously. I had enough to hire a whore every week and it’s way cheaper than having a wife. I quit drinking 80 proof bourbon and switched to Wild Turkey 101 so I could get drunk cheaper. I began adding fentanyl to my heroin, making it more effective at lower cost. Now I am out of debt and hire whores 3 nights per week. Never been happier.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Before or after discounting for retro-viral drugs and penicillin?

Anonymous said...

I used to be a Dave Ramsey fan but he is showing himself to be more and more a wolf in sheep's clothing. He has become way more political recently and has shown himself to be concerned only about paying a smaller tax rate than his secretary. Turns out he's just as greedy as the rest of them.

Anonymous said...

^^ Poor liberal.

Anonymous said...

^^^ So, rich guy gets to pay less taxes than average guy from a % perspective and that's liberal. Got it. It's so easy for the rich guys, they take the cookies while the average guy fights the poor guy for the crumbs.

Anonymous said...

What's political about spend less than you make, give more than you take, and the government has little impact on your day-to-day life? We spend so much time worrying about what everyone else should/should not be doing instead of focusing on our own decisions!

Should I have a $150/mo cable bill, $600/mo car payment, $1,200 rent, and $500/mo eating out when I bring in $2,000/mo? Dave's message is cut the cable, eat rice and beans, have a cheap car, and have a home that is cheap. Once you have spending under control you can make better decisions and have less stress. Live your own life on your own terms. Hard decisions but one's that will ultimately lead to a happy life!

Anonymous said...

^^This guy nails it. Comparison takes the joy out of life.

Anonymous said...

ramsey is one of the few people telling the truth in giving advice to common folks these days.