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Last week amendment S4980-4984, a bill submitted to prevent mortgage foreclosures and enhance mortgage credit availability, was defeated by this cast of characters. Senator Barbara Boxer had this to say:

Mortgage Modification Amendment Would Have Helped 385,000 California Homeowners Facing Foreclosure

Thursday, April 30, 2009

[Washington, DC – U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) today spoke on the Senate floor in favor of an amendment that would have helped millions of at-risk homeowners avoid foreclosure by allowing bankruptcy judges to modify mortgage terms for primary residences.

Currently, bankruptcy judges are able to modify terms on loans for vacation homes, automobiles and other assets.  The measure, sponsored by Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL), failed by a vote of 45 to 51…]

http://boxer.senate.gov/news/releases/record.cfm?id=312331

So much for the loss of our homes. At the same time, despite our recent rain, we in California (more…)

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Worried about losing your Home? If you lived in the UK, this is what your government would be telling you: (more…)

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What is important in this election? Are these goals of PUMAs? No! See, I think the story below is a good example of how rumor currents can begin from the far right, wash across and infect the left. I mean, do we really care about this? Isn’t this a deep dishonesty, when the only desired answer promotes one side? Or is this just playing politics?

This election is about voter disenfranchisement, election engineering, bad machines, and what we do know about the candidates’ platforms. Yes, it’s also about who is getting dissed. Let’s be mindful of who is doing the dissing. Don’t be caught in the rip tide of this bad wave: (more…)

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 In the last blog I talked about a referred e-mail, distributed by Donald Wildmon, that I received from my friend. The email contained a referenced article of 1999 from the NYT entitled “Fannie Mae Eases Credit to Aid Mortgage Lending”. (more…)

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