The New York Times has an opinion piece On the Trail of Mortgage Fraud.
Big banks created demand and provided credit for dubious mortgage loans, which they bundled into securities and sold to investors. If not for reckless lending and heedless securitizing, there would have been no mortgage bubble and no mortgage bust …
On January 19 there is a rally in Springfield.
Wall Street banks must be held fully accountable.
January 19th, a week before Obama’s State of the Union address, we’ll let the president know that we have his back—so that he can stand strong and make sure Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Chase, and other Big Banks are held accountable.
I’ll be there with some signs in support of the rally. How about you?