Monday, August 30, 2010

42,000 Poor In Housing Desperation Whilst Media/Administration Ignores Them To America's Shame

Up to 20,000 delinquent homeowners are expected to attend an advice and assistance seminar,which will run 24/7 for five days in Palm Beach get help holding on to their homes.

"Welcome to America's biggest jamboree of delinquent borrowers. For five days, the Neighbourhood Assistance Corporation of America (Naca), a not-for-profit organisation, is working round the clock to help homeowners hang on to their houses. More than 12,000 people have signed up in advance and more than 20,000 are expected to turn up, travelling from as far afield as California, Georgia and Maryland".

This tragedy follows shortly on from the 30,000 people in Atlanta Georgia who congregated in sweltering heat in what was described as "Mob scene chaos" desperately trying to get housing subsidy assistance.

Is the main stream media so tied to the Obama administration that these cries of anguish, this human misery, is so glossed over that one has to search The Drudge Report or worse, The Guardian in the U.K. to see coverage? This is the human face of the unemployment rate, of the bank failures of the housing crisis-in short of the failures of the Obama administration.

Where is the peddler of  "Hope and Change" of  "Yes we can"? Why is he not addressing this American tragedy instead of vacationing/golfing? Sadly even if the Republicans gain control of both the House and Senate it would not be enough, given President Obama's veto power, to turn the country around.

Two more years is a long time to wait measured in the suffering masses despair, but when it comes it will put the finish to liberalism as exemplified by the "progressive left", for the foreseeable future. A terrible price to pay for such deliverance but perhaps it will have been worth it in the long run.

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