Hey, no need to get personal! This is simply a difference of opinion. You seem to believe that if roughly one-third of people have poor fiscal management practices and aren't paying down debt and saving for a rainy date, that means it can't truly be a "good economy" due to all the personal debt and lack of a "nest egg". Fair enough. Others are saying that today's economy is, in fact, gangbusters, even when there's a percentage of people managing their finances very poorly... the latter doesn't affect the former. Also a reasonable opinion.
It's just a discussion. Agree to disagree... instead, it seems we're doing this:
Well, you too, could go read the report, but apparently, that would take some effort.
And since they partner with United Way, I would guess they're not like you describe.
During a good economy, responsible people pay DOWN debt and save money, they don't take on MORE, and go further underwater. But maybe things work differently in your world.
Shelved until next year, but there are 7 more "common sense" bills to come. I wonder what convinced a few Dems to vote against it?