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    Wednesday, April 01, 2009

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    Jordan Fogal

    It is a sad day when the supreme court turns its' back on the elderly in favor of the big business funded arbitration clause.

    One thing they can be sure of, in arbitration one is disposed of faster. When it comes to cheaper and fair there in lies the rub. The rules of law no longer appply when that door is shut. There is no appeal. Arbitration is secret for very good reason. Inside there is the great divide between the haves and the have nots. The crooks continue to bleed the American public, forcing families to financial and emotional chaos.Homeowners have hung on by their finger nails trying to give their families some similance of Christmas and the holidays before declaring bankruptcy and going into foreclosure. February had an increase of 28% in foreclosures for the same month last year.

    Yet we bail out the crooks that brought our great nation to this?
    Let big business learn what it is like to live on a budget. Let them learn to live on money they don't steal. The middle class has been put on hold. No one listens. We just hear recorded messages in the great cyberspace, where no one cares.The people we elected to govern our interest, govern their own. We are bombarded by the slick, small printed greed of big business. They have stealthily stabbed us with: substandard construction, defective homes, inflated appraisals, fraud, crooked mortgage companies, glutinous banks, arbitration companies, high interest bank cards, over priced drugs and claim denied insurance companies. This is what has destroyed the middle class, the back bone of this economy.

    At first the powers that be said it was our fault. We were just stupid and bought more than we could afford.Then they said it was a down turn in the economy, liquidity, a market correction, bla, bla, bla... when it is really greed. Greed protected by arbitration clauses and guarded by the checkbooks of big business.

    This all makes me think of American Indian. They signed pieces of paper and trusted our government and they too became homeless.
    Jordan Fogal
    jfogal281@aol.com

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