View Poll Results: Does the Occupy Wall Street movement represent the 99%?

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  • Yes, they very much represent their complaints & agenda.

    24 18.32%
  • They represent some of their complaints & agenda, but also have their own unique/radical ideas.

    30 22.90%
  • Not really, their ideas are more represent the complaints & goals of the poor and radicals.

    23 17.56%
  • Not at all! They only speak for a radical fringe!!

    54 41.22%
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    Re: Does the Occupy Wall Street movement represent the 99%?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    how common is this paperwork loophole you keep talking about? Is it illegal? show me the law. Honestly unless you got something solid, I can't take your word for it.
    each mortgage contract is a unique document
    but it has been established that many lenders proceeded to foreclosure with loan documents that were fabricated to give the appearance the lender actually had an interest in the loan ... here is a cite describing such robo signings of illegitimate documents: Robo-Signing Redux: Servicers Still Fabricating Foreclosure Documents - American Banker Article
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    Re: Does the Occupy Wall Street movement represent the 99%?

    Quote Originally Posted by justabubba View Post
    each mortgage contract is a unique document
    but it has been established that many lenders proceeded to foreclosure with loan documents that were fabricated to give the appearance the lender actually had an interest in the loan ... here is a cite describing such robo signings of illegitimate documents: Robo-Signing Redux: Servicers Still Fabricating Foreclosure Documents - American Banker Article


    ahh so it is illegal. Then who do you blame for not going after them?


    Still doesn't mean you can steal your home.
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    Re: Does the Occupy Wall Street movement represent the 99%?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    The Good Reverend is obscenely rich. While not in the 1% I fall clearly within the "5%" perhaps even a bit higher. He has more than enough to keep him very, very, happy. Russel Simmons was my neighbor.
    that was a snappy chain link fence securing your concrete patio
    a very rich estate you exhibited for our viewing pleasure there rev
    thanks for the laughs
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    Re: Does the Occupy Wall Street movement represent the 99%?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    You still have to pay for your home, your dog and pony show has failed. but you go on big boy, you claim victory.


    "They have taken bailouts from taxpayers with impunity, and continue to give Executives exorbitant bonuses."


    I agree with this, but lets see where you put the blame. I bet it's as dumb as where they put it.
    then you both agree with me that i won the first round and with the Occupy movement that the bailouts and bonuses do not belong together
    what more needs to be said

    glad you are figuring out that by agreeing with me you will be found wrong less often

    what's your next objection to the Occupy movement's declaration
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    Re: Does the Occupy Wall Street movement represent the 99%?

    Quote Originally Posted by justabubba View Post
    that was a snappy chain link fence securing your concrete patio
    a very rich estate you exhibited for our viewing pleasure there rev
    thanks for the laughs


    Ahh yes, My fence. Ever see the other side of my property?






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    My other egg sits near the fence line near the kitchen, the One I use the most. Wanna see the house?



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    Last edited by ReverendHellh0und; 12-02-11 at 12:25 PM.
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    Re: Does the Occupy Wall Street movement represent the 99%?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    ...Still doesn't mean you can steal your home.
    how can one steal something that belongs to them?


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    Re: Does the Occupy Wall Street movement represent the 99%?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    ahh so it is illegal. Then who do you blame for not going after them?
    like the Occupy movement, i blame the government for unfairly tilting the playing field in favor of the corporate interests, and not adequately ferreting out the fraud being perpetrated in the courts


    Still doesn't mean you can steal your home.
    was that one of the Occupy positions? i missed it
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    Re: Does the Occupy Wall Street movement represent the 99%?

    Quote Originally Posted by justabubba View Post
    then you both agree with me that i won the first round and with the Occupy movement that the bailouts and bonuses do not belong together
    what more needs to be said

    glad you are figuring out that by agreeing with me you will be found wrong less often

    what's your next objection to the Occupy movement's declaration


    Avoiding the question as usual? who do you blame? the banks or the government that gave them the money "no strings attached"?
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    Re: Does the Occupy Wall Street movement represent the 99%?

    Quote Originally Posted by justabubba View Post
    like the Occupy movement, i blame the government for unfairly tilting the playing field in favor of the corporate interests, and not adequately ferreting out the fraud being perpetrated in the courts
    Cept they don't otherwise they wouldn't be at zucotti,. but the white house.


    Simple really.




    was that one of the Occupy positions? i missed it
    You miss a lot of things.



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    I control my egg bbq pits from the network. Cool eh?
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    Re: Does the Occupy Wall Street movement represent the 99%?

    Quote Originally Posted by justabubba View Post
    since it is quite obvious you have lost this one, certainly
    To my understanding, when a Bank sells your loan to another place it requires your approval of it first? At least that's what I've experienced when my bank sold my loan to another group which then sold it to another.

    If that's the case, are you suggesting that the original bank attempting to forclose on your house is wrong because they don't hold the contract with you anymore? In which case, are you basically saying that the entity that does now hold your contract should be the one who is forclosing on you?
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    In fact, I would wager to you that within 10 years of today's date that stupid MAGA hat will be registered as a symbol of hate on par with a Swastika.

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