I don't recall seeing any evidence Obama was ever in a court room as a lawyer. I do recall you referencing some LA Times article about Obama working some cases that paid damages of 50 dollars and 300 and something dollars with the details of who the plaintiff and accused were and what the conditions of the complaint and resultant agreement were in these penny-ante cases settled out of court. I don't remember seeing any such details of the cases where the article didn't state Obama was actually in a courtroom as a lawyer, but led the reader to assume it.<quoted text>
Obviously, you either don't understand anything or are a liar.
We all know the case,“Buycks-Roberson v. Citibank Fed. Sav. Bank”.
You remember. You & your right whiners buddies were running in circles screaming how Obama required banks loan money to black people who could not pay it back. Funny how that conveniently slipped your mind here.
It was because Obama was a junior member of a law firm in this case that effectively ended redlining.
Once again, you are proven to be dumber than sh*t.
So, back to the issue. If someone wants to borrow money to put into an area where it is well known to have a very high propensity of unpaid loans, why should any institution be forced to lower their risk standards and make that loan that, based on the location alone, has a very high risk of not being repaid?