Details emerge on Rep. McKeon's Countrywide loan

Feb 12, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Tri-cityherald.com

Documents detail the terms of a discounted mortgage loan received by U.S. Rep. Howard McKeon from the now-defunct Countrywide Financial Corp.

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Lance Winslow

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Typical, and not an isolated occurrence.
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Lance Winslow wrote:
Typical, and not an isolated occurrence.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bank_of_America_...

dis u thinkee ;) Bank of Whu ;-00000
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Lance Winslow wrote:
Typical, and not an isolated occurrence.
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Wall Street Government

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Feb 13, 2012
 
The newspaper cites financial disclosures and bankruptcy filings that show the Southern California Republican saw his income plummet in the years before refinancing his Stevenson Ranch home. In spite of his limited cash flow, McKeon received a favorable rate and wasn't required to produce documentation proving he could repay the mortgage.

Thousands of loans with no income verification?

"I used to live in a tent, thanks to countrywide, they let me use that as collateral."

“i hope we can change this!”

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Wall Street Government wrote:
The newspaper cites financial disclosures and bankruptcy filings that show the Southern California Republican saw his income plummet in the years before refinancing his Stevenson Ranch home. In spite of his limited cash flow, McKeon received a favorable rate and wasn't required to produce documentation proving he could repay the mortgage.
Thousands of loans with no income verification?
"I used to live in a tent, thanks to countrywide, they let me use that as collateral."
yep, TENS of THOUSANDS, just like that!

oh, and, btw, WHAT year was that?
WHO was president?
Wall Street Government

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carey529 wrote:
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yep, TENS of THOUSANDS, just like that!
oh, and, btw, WHAT year was that?
WHO was president?

1998.
Bill Clinton.
Didn't you read the article?

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Wall Street Government wrote:
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1998.
Bill Clinton.
Didn't you read the article?
duh, yeah.

which is why i put that in...

there's been a rumor from the left wing morons that the mortgage crisis was all george bush's fault...
just thought i'd take a bit of air out of that argument...

apolgies if i was TOO esoteric for you.
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duh, yeah.
which is why i put that in...
there's been a rumor from the left wing morons that the mortgage crisis was all george bush's fault...
just thought i'd take a bit of air out of that argument...
apolgies if i was TOO esoteric for you.

That was a "rumor" that it wasn't, started by FOX and teabagger radio.
Everyone else knows better.
"Take a bit of air out of the argument"?
How do you equate McKeon's loan to the mortgage crisis?
Sounds like two friends involved in little bribery is all.
Lance Winslow

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Wall Street Government wrote:
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That was a "rumor" that it wasn't, started by FOX and teabagger radio.
Everyone else knows better.
"Take a bit of air out of the argument"?
How do you equate McKeon's loan to the mortgage crisis?
Sounds like two friends involved in little bribery is all.
Two? The subject is GOP lawmakers.
Wall Street Government

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Feb 13, 2012
 
Lance Winslow wrote:
<quoted text>Two? The subject is GOP lawmakers.
Yes, two.

Two parties.
Between Howard and Angelo.

McKeon received a $315,000 mortgage refinance in 1998 as his family-owned business

The terms were ordered by Countrywide chief executive Angelo Mozilo, according to documents subpoenaed for a House inquiry.
liza

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Feb 14, 2012
 
Keep blaming everyone except your leader...ITs
a plan, and its working. When and if you ever
wake up, it will too late. You care nothing for
the people or the country. You can not hide what
your intensions are.. Its not ignorance anymore,
its your aim in life. Turn- coats to your country

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