(FORTUNE Magazine) On a sunny Monday in June 2002, President George W. Bush stood in the St. Paul AME Church in a formerly dilapidated neighborhood on the south side of Atlanta. Sitting in prime seats were Franklin Raines, the CEO of Fannie Mae, and Leland Brendsel, the CEO of Freddie Mac. The President was there to unveil an initiative aimed at helping 5.5 million minority families buy homes before the end of the decade--"Part of being a secure America," he said, "is to encourage home-ownership."
Sunday, October 12, 2008
I don't watch TV Liars
but I kow they are saying that MINORITIES buying houses cause the
financial meltdown. Of course the Republicans are lying and trying to
make you believe the immoral darkies are doing this to America, but
again we REALLY know that Bush and the Richie Riches did it. You
know it is true... FOX LIES.
"January 24, 2005
by Curt Spang