25 February 2011

hopes for foreclosures to start ramping up again

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I have a really bad headache.


He picks the weirdest things to try to keep up appearances with.
Caught between their boss’ anti-lobbyist rhetoric and the reality of governing, President Barack Obama’s aides often steer meetings with lobbyists to a complex just off the White House grounds — and several of the lobbyists involved say they believe the choice of venue is no accident.

It allows the Obama administration to keep these lobbyist meetings shielded from public view — and out of Secret Service logs kept on visitors to the White House and later released to the public.
There are a growing number of wuwu types stumping for us to forget our government and start arranging new ways to handle things that just completely leaves them out. I originally thought that might be a more palatable approach and leave us in better shape than with a just straight up revolution, but that it would require more eye opening than I think the nation is prepared to sustain. It just hit me how much WORK it would be too. So. It's not going to happen. It's not going to happen. It's not going to happen, despite items about deaths in our Middle East melee and everything you ever wanted to know about the Oscars but were afraid to ask popping up side-by-side in the MSM, to include here on the tubes, you fucking filthy debauched swine.

love, 99


  1. to at least fund the same amount in loan modifications for troubled borrowers,


    The White House hopes such a deal would allow the foreclosure process to start ramping up again.


  2. RIGHT! Give the man a cigar. Newspeak. Chocolate rations have been cut. More chocolate for all.


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