I know many believe the legal route is the way to go. For those I would say this: despite all the great legal work taking place - how much capacity does the State Court system have? How many cases can they hear a week, a month or a year? They do not have the judges, clerks, or budgets to hear millions of cases. Those that want to take that fight I say great, but it will not help the millions that need to be helped today, next week, and next month.
What we need are the administrators of those blogs to send an email directly to their members, which I have not been successful in convincing them to do. If we had this support from Being Middle Class, Americans for Financial Reform, Shame the Banks, 4foreclosurefraud, foreclosurehamlet, and any others, we could aggregate the people required to make a difference. We have had some of those members visit the blog and join in the effort. If anyone has connections with those administrators, I would ask you to reach out to them on behalf of S.O.H.
I am quoted in a separate article with regard to the House actions this week. http://nationalmortgageprofessional.com/news24041/congress-destroying-all-hope-hamp
- Single point of contact
- Stop Dual Track foreclosures
- Review by a neutral third party before foreclosure
Time is the main problem. People are in trouble NOW; they need help now, not one year from now. The AG’s proposal is good but will take too long to offer relief for hundreds of thousands of families.
- 18 supporting Senators
- Senate Majority leadership
- Rep. Senator DeMint, who is sponsoring a bill to end HAMP
- All Members of the Senate Banking Committee
- All remaining Democrats and a few Republicans.
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