Daily Archives: October 17, 2010

From a Maine House, a National Foreclosure Freeze

By Bob L.
Sun./Oct./17/10

A good example of a fore-closer is that this Country has no compassion any more, sure you have freeloaders who will do anything to get some thing for free and that is understandable, but there are people who are just lazy and want some one else to give them every thing so they don’t have to go to work, and you have some that want to work and can’t get a job for one reason or another, then you have ones who have a job and lose it along with every thing else and not one Company or Government will help, I think that is because if they did they think that it will cut in to their outrageous WAGES and then they might lose their HOME or HOMES. Maybe they should lose every thing to see what it is like being on the outside looking in.

The problem today is that every thing is so over priced and out of reach of most Americans, and to be able to buy any thing, you have to drag down ($35.00) thirty-five Dollars and hour and more if you want to buy a house.

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The New York Times
By David Streitfeld
Friday, October 15, 2010

DENMARK, Me. — The house that set off the national furor over faulty foreclosures is blue-gray and weathered. The porch is piled with furniture and knickknacks awaiting the next yard sale. In the driveway is a busted pickup truck. No one who lives there is going anywhere anytime soon. Continue reading

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