The Campaign For DA

12.01.2015

Texas Monthly vs. Irony: Who Ya Got?

The cover story of this month's Texas Monthly is fascinating. It features how the housing market is out of control (headed for disaster) and that most people can't afford real estate and struggle to even find an affordable apartment . . .



Then, about five pages in, there is this ad for a high end area of Houston.


14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is our country better or worse than the last generations? The generations that came to age in the 50s, 60s, or 70s, or even 80s, were their main concerns or struggles concerned with 1. housing; 2. education; or 3. healthcare? Why?

Anonymous said...

Housing is cheap in Texas compared with most other areas of the country. But a good credit report and 20% down just eliminates many home buyers. Now rents are going higher because so many can't qualify to buy.
Parents, get ready to continue housing your kids for much longer.

Anonymous said...

I have always loved the quote from a movie referring to America, "We live in the richest country in the world...but we can't afford to live here."

Anonymous said...

Let them eat cake.

Anonymous said...

The second picture is what MzCreep fantasizes she looks like.

Anonymous said...

That River Oaks gal been tossed around good. She still panting?

Anonymous said...

I'd be interested in how growing student loan debt affects the recent housing markets.

Adolph Oliver Bush said...

I'd like to see her low end.

Anonymous said...

The second picture is what Barry looks like.

Anonymous said...

Remember, they ain't making any more land these days. Buy it when it is available.

DF Your Local Real Estate Agent

Anonymous said...

What thje hell is going on d this county!?!? I just read a briefing that stated John Doe Vs Chad Hightower has been resolved due to "successful mediation". So, does that mean Hightower gets to keep his retirement and pension?!?! Anybody know how much the county paid to sweep that shit under the rug?

DF Ted Cruz said...

That lower picture looks like a transgendered leftist activist posing as an independent woman.

Anonymous said...

I find it interesting that Texas Monthly and D Magazine for that matter have populist trending towards liberal writing and editorial staffs but their advertising comes from the Neiman Marcus crowds. Populists who like paychecks I guess, nothing wrong with that.

Anonymous said...

I would like to be able to afford that woman, don't know if I would have her,just like to have that much money :-)