Friday, April 6, 2012

pity the overburdened banks

Banks that had their wings trimmed during the robo-signing scandal which temporarily stymied their foreclosure feeding frenzy are now back in the game with a vengeance. The Great Recession (which I prefer to call the New Depression) shows signs of flowering anew as foreclosure rates skyrocket.

I surely do hope the banks get their money ... that's ever so much more important than ethical behavior or a stumbling national economy which is now in danger of stumbling off a new and improved cliff.

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