James S. Graner

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Does Anybody Believe Senator Dodd or Senator Conrad?

Both Senators in the last week have agreed that they received preferential treatment in obtaining mortgage loans, from Countrywide Home Loans. The special treatment is obviously becuase they are US Senators and neither seems to have known that such "Favors" were done for them by Countrywide CEO, Angelo Mozilo.

After reading about their stories in paper, they both checked their loan papers and saw they did receive favorable treatment. Neither knew of the favoritism handed to them. I am sorry, I do not believe either of them.

Thank you Senators, as you receive your special deals and have your back stratched by people who do the nation harm, we suffer. You run on a platform of helping the general public, if this is your idea then stop helping us. You voted on laws regarding large mortgage instituions such as Countrywide Home Loans. You voted on a bailout for large mortgage institutions.

SENATORS NO HELP PLEASE! Maybe things will get better if you do not help.

 

 

Comment balloon 3 commentsJames Graner • June 16 2008 11:03PM

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Me personally, I don't believe any politician. Not one. They are all liars telling us what we want to hear to get elected and they just do what they can to help themselves and all their buddies. Sorry to puke on your blog, but that's my opinion.

Posted by Patrick Lambert, Hawaii Real Estate Expert (ALLY Real Estate) about 10 years ago

I have a long standing policy on politicians. 

Hear what they say...believe the opposite.

If the Bible were to say that Jesus would not come until an honest politician was voted into office, I would believe that we were all doomed.

Politicians and truth mix about as well as oil & water.

Dictionary: Honest Politician (see oxymoron).

Posted by Gregory Lohr (Freedom Foreclosure Prevention Services) about 10 years ago

Gregory & Patrick,

Great comments on this!

Thank you for stopping here.

Posted by James Graner (Residential Services: http://appraisalmo.com) about 10 years ago

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