Skip to comments.Who is Bob Marley?
Posted on 05/05/2012 12:06:50 PM PDT by Chunga85
The dude's a carpenter.
Every once in a while, sometimes by happenstance - other times by plain old dumb luck, I find a bit of inspiration.
In what seems to be a world on the verge of being devoured by any number of very serious problems, I was inspired yesterday in the course of a fifteen minute telephone conversation.
The document embedded above will come with little commentary as it speaks for itself.
I hope any who elect to read the document are similarly inspired.
Whether it be a nurse in Florida or a builder from Massachusetts, seemingly ordinary people can accomplish extraordinary tasks given enough effort.
My hat's off to ordinary people; that is where we will find the solutions to the many problems that lay before us.
(Excerpt) Read more at foreclosurehamlet.org ...
PS - this is in re: foreclosure fraud
Thank you for the link to the PDF file. I read it and found it to be very good.
I have a question though, my memory is probably faulty but I seem to recall a Mortgage Foreclosure case where it was shown that the bank had already been paid for the note when they had sold it as part of a securitization package. Therefore the bank had been made ‘whole’ by the sale of the note and because the Mortgage was not a part of the securitization package and the mortgagee was still making payments to the mortgage holder aka ‘the bank’. Since the bank did not hold the note and was receiving payments it was determined that it was receiving the funds under false pretense since it had already been made whole.
The bank rebutted saying that they were merely the agent handling the payments and were forwarding those payments minus a handling fee to the owner of the securitization package. As I recall though the money was being placed into a ‘holding account’ and was never sent on.
In any case I seem to recall that that it was determined that the bank had been made whole and the note therefore no longer existed and the mortgage was an orphan having no note tied to it and that the Mortgagee was required to be relieved of the note and mortgage on the property. Do you recall this sort of thing occuring too?
And you couldn't direct folks there instead of to a blog?
It was identified clearly as a blog, posted in the blog section, yet here your are whining like a sissy.
You had the option to choose where to click or where not to click.
That someone is sending folks to a blog for a link that could be posted right here.
In order to scam some hits.
Pay attention, you sissy.
Stick with the "Main Stream Media" FRiend.
You control your mouse, not me. Look down at the bottom of your arm; your mouse is probably right in your hand.
Hey, check it out.
Here’s the document for for folks who don’t want to provide bloghits to pimps:
How hard was that?
What a dope.
I gave the exact same link already.
No, you linked to some blog.
That exact link is in post #2 dummy.
What's wrong with you?
Scroll up you dope. You need help.
Well, since you had already proved yourself to be prone
to pimping blogs you’ll forgive me for not trusting any of
your subsequent links.
Try omitting the blog next time.
See post #2, posted three minutes after his initial post.
Maybe YOU need to pay attention......You've been pwnd dude, now sit down......
I think not.
now sit down....
Like you do when ya pee?
It is my belief, that in much the same way Federal Reserve Notes can be printed out of thin air, so can "debt".
Fraud is fraud.
Illegal is illegal.
That is not a partisan issue in my eyes, no matter how these bananas try to create a ridiculous spin zone over links.
Being on the side of fraud and illegality is a losing ticket.
Clinging to a "moral" contract (however illegal it may be) whether it be based on ignorance, sheer stupidity, or some sort of agenda, is just plain dumb.
Notice how the rebuttals in this little post are utterly devoid of logic or sense.