Sunday, March 01, 2009

Help Homeowners Level the Playing Field

It's sad how Goverment bail out Banks but Banks do not willing to help homehowners to keep their homes. Ashamed. I am wondering if this is a principles of the Contitution. We the People or we are the last people to receive help?.
Joan Adams is living out of a Motel 6 in the suburbs of Orange County, California. She lost her home to foreclosure. Theres no one out there to help, Joan says. Billions of dollars to all the banks for bailouts for something they caused, and yet were the ones that are homeless.

Tomorrow, Congress will vote on whether or not to level the playing field between the banks and struggling homeowners. Representative John Conyers has introduced legislation in the House that authorizes judges in bankruptcy proceedings to require banks to reevaluate mortgages of
homeowners in distress.

Sign our petition to let Congress know that you support Conyers bill, H.R. 1106. Then, call your Congressional Representative and ask him or her to vote for it.

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The banks have had their handouts. Now its time for working homeowners to be put first.