It appears that author Charlie Gasparino's newest book, "Bought and Paid for - The Unholy Alliance Between Barack Obama and Wall Street", and "Think Big Work Small" daily video co-stars Frank Garay and Brian Stevens believe home foreclosure protestors are trivial scum that are gumming up the inevitable "correction" that is due in the home foreclosure industry.
Um, pardon me, but wasn't there already a 30 to 50 percent "correction" in the price of everybody's home in the country? Now these financial media darlings want ANOTHER one?
I bring the issue of those who are against the home foreclosure freeze to remind the home foreclosure movement that just because you are in the spotlight doesn't mean you can't be taken down several pegs and marginalized by the media, overnight.
All it takes is a couple of news stories about home foreclosure squatters who owe money and are simply trying to stall leaving their home and will use every paperwork trick available to do so, to turn public opinion around on the home foreclosure issue. Don't think that our friends at 60 minutes are not thinking hard about doing such a story as a follow up to their "strategic default" story they did a few months ago on home owners who walk away from homes they can afford to make the mortgage payments on.
I believe it is important to try and frame legitimate gripes and issues within the home foreclosure debacle before they are framed for us by the banksters and the BIG media. Local media and nightly news media might do the story from the homeowners point of view, but it is the BIG media like 60 minutes that may attempt to paint the homeowner as the scum bag.
What is the biggest issue regarding the banks and home foreclosures?
Did the government set up a home foreclosure prevention program knowing in advance that it would not help the majority of people who attempted to use it? Is this an impeachable offense if the president of the United States knew this program would not work but created it anyways to look good, knowing that hundreds of thousands of americans would lose their home because the program was a fraud?
And yet, who would impeach the president, congress? The same congress that is in bed with Wall Street as well? Whether you like Barack Obama or not, there are plenty of well to do financial puffeteers who can make their living bad mouthing homeowners who are attempting to try and stay in their home through the congress sanctioned, president approved home loan modification program that appears to be wrought with fraud from the banking side.
It is too bad that republican politicians never met a banker they did not like, because they could probably move to impeach Barack Obama over his botched handling of the home loan modification program. Barack Obama is probably smiling like a cheshire cat knowing that he has beaten the republicans at their own game.
I absolutely one hundred percent believe that if Hillary Clinton had been elected president, her home mortgage modification would have performed to EVERYBODY'S satisfaction and you may want to look at yourself and ask just who might be the most capable person to handle the job of actually being president in 2012.