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What are the best mortgaged quotes?

We've gathered this hand-picked list of quotes to show you what is mortgaged!

Whether a inspirational quote from your favorite celebrity Earl Wilson, Peter Akinola or an motivational message about giving it your best from a successful business person, we can all benefit from a famous mortgaged quote.

Modern man drives a mortgaged car over a bond-financed highway on credit-card gas. — Earl Wilson

We will not, on the altar of money, mortgage our conscience, mortgage our faith, mortgage our salvation. — Peter Akinola

Well, you know, we've got a lot of stimulus in the economy already from the tax cut, from the lowered interest rates, and also from the refinancing of mortgages. — Franklin Raines

A coward is a hero with a wife, kids, and a mortgage. — Marvin Kitman

According to the Bank of England the economy is growing too fast so interest rates must rise to counter the supposed inflationary threat. In lay terms, I interpret this to mean that people are working much harder, causing economic growth, and they're in danger of spending their money, which is what the recession-hit shops want them to do. But the Bank and the City seem to think this is wrong, and that if people work harder they should be punished by having their mortgages increased. — Harry Enfield

There is, of course, a gold mine or a buried treasure on every mortgaged homestead. Whether the farmer ever digs for it or not, it is there, haunting his daydreams when the burden of debt is most unbearable. — Fawn M. Brodie

Owning your own home is America's unique recipe for avoiding revolution and promoting pseudo-equality at the same time. To keep citizens puttering in their yards instead of sputtering on the barricades, the government has gladly deprived itself of billions in tax revenues by letting home owners deduct mortgage interest payments. — Florence King

I wouldn't wish the eighties on anyone, it was the time when all that was rotten bubbled to the surface. If you were not at the receiving end of this mayhem you could be unaware of it. It was possible to live through the decade preoccupied by the mortgage and the pence you saved on your income tax. It was also possible for those of us who saw what was happening to turn our eyes in a different direction; but what, in another decade, had been a trip to the clap clinic was now a trip to the mortuary. — Derek Jarman