Foreclosure Awareness New Day 1


9/20/2018 ~ Frente’s artwork for Ordinary Angels is Great. But for the lyrics, I prefer Craig Morgan:

“Ordinary Angels”

Seems like almost everyday
Trouble carries us away
And sometimes when we hurt we all need to be saved
Every time I’m in too deep
Someone always rescue me
Its like heavens sending down the help that I need
Life like a chain sometimes it breaks
We all need a hand when we fall from grace
It could be someone walking down the street
A stranger on a bus
A little kid on his way to school or any one of us
We all got a little superman ready to take a fly
And save a life ohh save a life
Take a look around and you’ll see ordinary angels
The world can make you feel so small
Steal your dreams and make you crawl
And break you till you got you got nothing at all
When your in that dark place and you need that embrace
You know love is never to far away
It could be a waitress at coffee shop you never saw before
A soldier that’s just coming home from fighting in the war
We all got a little superman ready to take a fly
And save a life ohh save a life
Take a look around and you’ll see ordinary angelsIt could be someone walking down the street
A stranger on a bus
A little kid on his way to school or any one of us
We all got a little superman ready to take a fly
And save a life ohh save a life
Take a look around and you’ll see ordinary angels

When it comes to families and their homes, Wells Fargo has taken literally millions. In Wells Fargo’s foreclosure against my home it filed false affidavits. Even admitted at trial that its Affidavit of Lost Original Note was false. The UCC requires that the plaintiff in a foreclosure have the Original Note, or had it when it was lost. Wells Fargo filed foreclosure in 2008, but its business records reveal it hadn’t seen the Original Note since 2002. The judge bowed to Wells Fargo, almost literally.

The thing is, unless you’ve been in a foreclosure you can’t possibly imagine what it’s like. What has made me most sick, literally sick, is the way there is no justice involved, just legal shenanigans that the Court appears all to happy to allow Wells Fargo to get away with.

I’m beginning this new series on Foreclosure Awareness, plus revisiting the old series, because people in foreclosure are estranged from other Americans by the news stories years ago that blamed the economic collapse on people buying homes who could not afford them. That was a lie, that was like the old response to rape allegations, that said it wasn’t the man’s fault, at all. The woman had, after all, asked for it.