your article, "A little bit of Sanity, Please" Ignores the 17 income streams created by home foreclosures, nor does it address the violation of the Federal Hobbs Act regarding using taxpayer money to deceive americans into the loss of their homes, which HAMP clearly does.I am "just a blogger", but I have read several hundred articles about the home foreclosure mess and have done enough research to discover that "parallel foreclosure" kicks in prior to a homeowner becoming eligible to APPLY for HAMP, this is a violation of the Federal Hobbs Act and should be an impeachable action as Barack Obama has had 18 months to correct this banking practice. HAMP is nothing more than a LURE to home ownership loss and this has now adversely affected over a million homeowners.Rather than Barack Obama correcting the Federal Hobbs Act violation and asking for mercy, our president is EXPANDING the abuse of the Federal Hobbs Act by offering unemployed citizens the same joke of a deal that he has already offered employed homeowners struggling to keep their homes, replete with the "get 3 to 4 months behind in your payments before we will let you apply for our taxpayer funded programs, deal".You have chosen to focus on a few aspects of homeowner complaints while ignoring the million or more homeowners who have been messed with in a very life changing way. But hey, if a million homeowners defrauded only represents 20% of the pie, I guess you consider that acceptable???
Thursday, November 4, 2010
My Email Response to Housing Wire dot com's Paul Jackson "A little bit of Sanity, Please" article.
My email response to Housing Wire's Paul Jackson "A Little bit of Sanity, Please" article.
Dear Mr. Jackson,