Guess someone payed attention in social studies, ehemmm yes you Joey. Constitutional Republic not Democracy.
completely changing the meaning of words steals history from the future.. and who would like to do that? answer: those who want to make sure u "DO NOT UNDERSTAND" your own history..
new words r great.. complete rebranding is evil.. phyiscality is a good one its basically when u push ur physical abilities.. i didnt even realize it i guess it is relatively new.. ive heard it a lot on nfl broadcasts for sure..
"“If you're on the bus, and you get left behind"
Why am I on a bus that won't run?
"Fannie and Freddie are now trading in 50% out of conservatorship.
To completely out of conservatorship 100% then Fannie and Freddie must be relisted to NYSE."
The likelihood of being relisted on an exchange, any exchange, before being released from conservatorship is nil.
it doesnt make sense to babylonian zionist commie kazars but to true Americans its everything.. Freedom from the mob of lunatic brainwashed fools.. the difference is a vote by the woke mob can't take away my rights.. u know what u r.. u love change because its the path to conquering the rest of us free men.. ur directed by ur love for something different than freedom.. u love big institutions pushing change.. the founders didnt like ur pushing (mob rule=break down.) (change event=centralization of power.) communism is and always will be the enemy of freedom.. and u those like u.. always promote the path to it..
You mean warden
We have a prison warden
Not a director or a real board of directors
Corruption has killed the gse’s
he might if it made any sense
how do the two compete
seems to me they go hand in hand --- a democratic constitutional republic ---- nothing about following the constitution stops the democracy experiment since George W - and vice versa - nothing about democracy stops us from following the constitution
IMO - it has been that way since 1776 or so ---- with the exception of the civil war - when and where some States abandoned the republic
Note - a favorite way to think of history of this country
Until the Civil War -- the noun United States was PLURAL
After the Civil War - the noun United States was singular (finally)
Your going to get ur Pee Pee slapped by Admin.
Basically.RINOS.r.comprimised.Uniparty.traitors.. Democracy is a losing ideology.. its Idiocracy
what does RINO mean in 2023 (used to be Republican in Name only)
at one time R really stood for conserving - not lot of new stuff - less Federal Gov - sort of classic conservative
And if a republican was "too liberal" or voted too often with Dems then they were a RINO --- not conservative enough or loyal to the historic Republican brand or policies
now it seems that DJT calls anyone and everyone who does not endorse him a RINO - be they to his right or left on policy?
for those who hear me say -- have some faith in news
why do I think Dimon is crying wolf?
"release must be imminent!"
I spewed my afternoon coffee!
It would be nice to know what our class action attorneys have to say about this delay. Have they been forthright regarding what needs to be filed and when?
Anyone reached out to them regarding this matter?
"In between now and coming election, GSE investors will live in fantasy. We will have compensation from Lamberth"
There's no indication that will be the case.
"Judge Lamberth entered an order this afternoon saying he’s concluded he needs an allocation plan by December 21 st before he can enter a judgment, directing the parties to submit one, or explain why they can’t."
This is the latest delay on top of a stack of delays. Want to guess when and what the next one will be because there will be one. The stack can never be too tall!
"t's not as if this is the first time the judge, plaintiffs or defendants have been through something like this. It's really not possible that they don't know the process. A$$ clowns."
It's all about billable hours, the possibility of the passage of white envelopes, and the wishes of the U.S. Government my friend.
" Gov don't wanna just hand out $$ to anyone!"
What? The government does it EVERY day!!!!!
I know they're not allowed to pay a dividend. Do some digging and you'll find that the NWS was classified as a dividend. That's why I think it's egregious.
"Hey did judge Lambutt rule on the interest yet?"
Hey, did Judge Lamberth EVER rule on anything? LOL!
Dimon: Regulators Unaware of Impact of Capital Proposal
Wed Dec 6, 2023 ... email@example.com
Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, cautioned that federal banking regulators haven’t “studied or contemplated” how their proposal on capital requirements could “fundamentally alter” the economy and the mortgage market.
“Mortgages for consumers — including first-time homebuyers and historically underserved, low- to moderate-income borrowers with smaller downpayments — will face higher interest rates, or will have a tougher time accessing a mortgage,” he said Wednesday at a hearing by the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs.
Dimon was referring to a capital requirements proposal issued in July that would apply to large banks. He said the proposal would increase costs for banks to retain mortgages and for banks to deliver loans into mortgage-backed securities.
“This activity has already largely shifted to nonbanks, out of sight from the regulators,” Dimon said. “This rule would further push these remaining bank borrowers into less-regulated nonbanks.”
McHenry Declines to Run for Reelection in House
Wed Dec 6, 2023 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Rep. Patrick McHenry, R-NC, announced Tuesday that he will retire from Congress at the end of his current term. McHenry is currently the chairman of the House Financial Services Committee — and one of the more moderate GOP voices on Capitol Hill.
“This is not a decision I come to lightly, but I believe there is a season for everything and — for me — this season has come to an end,” he said.
As chair of the Financial Services Committee, McHenry has oversight authority over policy decisions that shape the mortgage, real estate and banking industries in particular and the larger world of finance.
One lobbyist, speaking on background, said, “That’s really too bad. He was a solid legislator who took a bipartisan approach. He’s a smart guy who will be missed.”
That's because it's a secret! Lol