Finally a voice of truth ….

Posted on January 28, 2011. Filed under: Politics |

Finally after trying to find some sanity in the recent Financial Crisis Commission Report some one that actually has a grasp on what happened to our money and the cause of the recession has spoken up although I would like to add one more essential party to that list of five that according to John Wasik of shares with us. It seems that no one remembers the part of the community organizers the likes of ACORN and others that pressured some banks to give out the high risk loans and become the “predator” loan writers in the first place. I am sure many will disagree with me but then again isn’t that something I am asking of you anyway? We have been told that these organizers went to some of these banks and laid out for them the way things would be done if they wanted to expand into certain areas. Now again I know you are going to the name calling and no fact to back it up but with everything that has come forward about ACORN, I think I can place a safe bet on this stance. Not that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac didn’t become more than willing participants in this whole mess all with knowledge that while not being too big to fail, they would have the full backing of our tax dollars no matter what. They should have had that apron string cut a long time ago, and never to have been brought back under the Fed. Then again what else would they have to squander our tax dollars on if it weren’t for that?
T. A. Keller
you can read artticle by Mr. Wasik here 5 essential truths missing from the Financial Crisis Commission Reports

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