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Took a Chance ... Wrote to the President ... Here's His Response:

 
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Took a Chance ... Wrote to the President ... Here's His Response:
As a Conservative/Republican ...

I appreciate The President replying, and offering SOME attempt at HELP:

Hope this provides some links for those of you needing a direction ...

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November 29, 2012




Dear XXXX:




Thank you for writing. I have heard from many Americans who are unemployed, burdened by high medical bills, having difficulty paying their mortgage, or dealing with the loss of their home, and I understand the daunting challenges faced across our country.



This is a make-or-break moment for the middle class, and the housing crisis struck right at the heart of what it means to be middle class in America: our homes and our communities. Today, even as our economy recovers, many individuals and families are still struggling to stay in their homes or to find and move into affordable homes. As part of my Administration’s comprehensive plan to stabilize the housing market, the Making Home Affordable Program has helped nearly one million homeowners refinance their mortgages and improve their financial situations. To broaden the impact of this program, we have taken aggressive action to expand eligibility and reduce or eliminate fees. We have also made it easier for unemployed homeowners to stay in their homes while they look for jobs, and worked to turn vacant properties into rental housing to help stabilize housing prices across our country. To learn more about refinancing, visit www.WhiteHouse.gov/Refi.



In February 2012, the largest joint Federal-State settlement in our Nation’s history was reached to deliver relief to the hardest-hit homeowners, hold banks accountable for some of the most abusive practices of the mortgage industry, and begin to turn the page on an era of recklessness that hurt so many Americans. Banks are being required to right the wrongs they inflicted by providing refinancing for borrowers stuck with high interest mortgages, reducing loans for families who owe more on their homes than they are worth, and compensating families who have been victims of abusive lending practices. While no measure of justice is enough for families who have had their piece of the American dream wrongly taken from them, this settlement is a start to help them get back on their feet.



While the Government cannot fix the housing market on its own, I believe responsible homeowners should not have to wait for the market to hit bottom to get relief when there are measures at hand that can make a meaningful difference. Congress needs to send me the bill I proposed that gives every responsible homeowner in America the chance to refinance their mortgage at today’s historically low rates and save an average of $3,000 per year. To ensure that borrowers and lenders play by the same rules, I put forward a Homeowners Bill of Rights—one straightforward set of common-sense standards that every family can count on when shopping for a mortgage. This includes new safeguards against inappropriate foreclosures, new options to avoid foreclosure for those experiencing hardship, and a new, simple form for new homebuyers. In addition to these reforms, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s “Know Before You Owe” campaign is making home loan applications more transparent so families will know what they owe on their mortgages, and our mortgage fraud task force continues to fight to make sure Americans are treated fairly by mortgage brokers.



Our Nation is recovering from one of the worst economic crises in generations, and we still have a long way to go before every American who wants a job can find one and before every family can regain the sense of security that has been slipping away. It will take time to fully repair the damage and make responsible families whole again. But I will do everything in my power to stabilize the housing market, grow the economy, and give all Americans a fair chance to live out their dreams.



For assistance with a home foreclosure or to find a local housing counselor, I encourage you to call your mortgage servicer directly, speak with a housing specialist at 1-888-995-HOPE, or contact the Department of Housing and Urban Development at 1-800-569-4287. You can also visit www.HUD.gov/foreclosure or www.MakingHomeAffordable.gov. If you are having trouble paying your mortgage, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has resources available at www.ConsumerFinance.gov/MortgageHelp or 1-855-411-CFPB. If you have lost your home and are looking for housing assistance, please visit www.HUD.gov. For help understanding the language of mortgage products and services, explore and ask questions at www.ConsumerFinance.gov/askcfpb. Information on jobs, health benefits, and other available public assistance can be found by calling 1-800-FEDINFO or visiting www.USA.gov.



Thank you, again, for writing.



Sincerely,



Barack Obama
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Re: Took a Chance ... Wrote to the President ... Here's His Response:
OP, wipe your lip off you have Obamas cum all over your mouth.
last one
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Fuck Obama.
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Was it signed with his very own rubber stamp????
One of these days... A *REAL* rain is gonna come and wash all this scum off the streets.
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11/30/2012 11:48 PM
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Re: Took a Chance ... Wrote to the President ... Here's His Response:
You think he really wrote that automated response to you personaly?

It was chosen from a list of 20 or 30 form letters on different subjects. They pick the one most related to any question you asked or subject you may have discussed and mailed it to you.
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Re: Took a Chance ... Wrote to the President ... Here's His Response:
Was it signed with his very own rubber stamp????
 Quoting: Travis Bickle


LOL there's no way in hell bammy wrote that crap. cruise
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Was it signed with his very own rubber stamp????
 Quoting: Travis Bickle


For you NON Floyd fans out there....



Just listen to the words... If only for a minute.

They were all left behind...Most of them dead, the rest of them Dying.

And that;s how the High Command took my daddy, from me.


Last Edited by Travis Bickle on 11/30/2012 11:54 PM
One of these days... A *REAL* rain is gonna come and wash all this scum off the streets.

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