Skip to comments.Kavanaugh incurred tens of thousands in credit card debt buying Washington Nationals tickets: report
Posted on 07/11/2018 4:28:07 PM PDT by NohSpinZone
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If this was your typical crooked Dem, you can bet your butt that he would have gotten these tickets for free and then some. Now, that might be a story.
Horrors!!! A rich man with credit card debt!!!! What will we do!!!!
If somebody spent $200,000 buying him tickets, I’d care.
But buying his own is somehow a scandal?
Season Tickets perhaps?
Can be very expensive for multiple seats.
Did he pay the bill? Seems so.
So . . . let me get this straight.
Buying a lot of stuff you want on a credit card is bad.
Killing babies is good.
Let me think about that . . . hmm. Nah.
Season tix for himself and others.
Uses card for home repairs too!
Golly, just like me...
Obama couldn’t rent a car to drive to DC because his credit card was maxed
That is a bad habit. Hopefully, he got use out of them.
How does this come out?
“””””””Kavanaugh has reported having up to $200,000 in credit card debt during the past 10 years””””””””””””””””
So he charged about 20k a year? And this is news??????
I do a lot more than that.
For a Bushie establishment guy he isnt rolling in money, is he? Maybe he has the less exclusive establishment membership!
slow news day?
I certainly don’t think this should prevent his confirmation, but this guy is supposed to be smart, and accumulating $60K or more of credit card debt is dumb.
And ran over some woman in his SUV....and drove off...
And has a illegal alien doing his gardening....
The left is driving off more people from the "D" party than they know.................
So he spent beyond his means?
That describes a lot of Americans. Debt is part of life.
If the Lefts attack line against Kavanaugh, theyve got nothing.
His net worth was reported as extremely low.
Now we know where all the money went. At least it’s nothing to be ashamed of, other than the extravagance of it.
If you’re a senior Federal judge and have only a few thousand in savings, perhaps you should consider putting some money in the bank every month.
$200,000 at one time, or $200,000 cumulative over many years, as he used his cards for major purchases to earn cash-back, airline points, etc.
One of my friends bought a car on her credit card ... like $30,000. They paid it off a few months later when her husband got his annual bonus.
What? Now a nominee has to be on Dave Ramsey’s DebtFree Honor List? Quite the litmus test indeed..
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