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  • bludog commented on the diary post WikiLeaks Publishes TPP Chapter on Intellectual Property Rights: Yahoo! by wendydavis.

    2013-11-13 06:53:28View | Delete

    Booyah indeed. Thanks wd for posting this.

  • Silly me!!! I thought it was a crime to aid and/or support terrorist groups. Arrest the fake PhD; arrest Kerry, McCain and the others aiding and abetting the terrorists also.

  • bludog commented on the diary post NSA Reportedly Bugged EU’s DC Office by E. F. Beall.

    2013-06-30 09:51:54View | Delete

    According to TBagger Liona got excommunicated for ….wait posting on the Tbot site.

  • bludog commented on the diary post Over Easy: Extraodinary Circumstances by Crane-Station.

    2013-04-03 04:45:34View | Delete

    I followed your frog gravy series. Your conviction was outrageous but as you are painfully aware not unusual. I never did hear the result of your SC cert petition but I am sure the outcome was predetermined. The SC does not give a twit about wrongful convictions. Due process only exists for the powerful, the well [...]

  • bludog commented on the blog post Arizona Won’t Build Its Own Health Care Exchange

    2012-11-30 09:41:54View | Delete

    Good Question. I can only speculate but me thinks that even the thought of impeachment is off the table. Impeachment would be next to impossible without a strong public movement and a change in the makeup of Congress. But, until something as radical as impeachment can take place the rule of law will continue to be degraded, not only in the Supreme Court but also in all courts, both federal and states.

  • bludog commented on the blog post Arizona Won’t Build Its Own Health Care Exchange

    2012-11-29 11:10:16View | Delete

    Roberts is an asshole, a Fascist asshole.

    Right. What amazes me is that there is not a whimper of impeachment directed at Roberts and/or Scalia, Thomas or others. If a couple of these sell-outs on the rule of law were impeached it would go a long ways toward restoring the rule of law.

  • bludog commented on the blog post FDL Book Salon Welcomes Van Jones, Rebuild The Dream

    2012-06-17 05:49:11View | Delete

    I actually saw the third comment before it was entirely removed. I stand corrected on the number of comments that were removed. The comments are not offensive. I believe they run foul of the certain mod’s politics. That is what is so disturbing to me that fdl would attempt to mod out comments that do not line up with his/her personal politics. Your Obama 08 sign is great. I have one of those but I don’t dare display it as the detractors probably would not stop with shredding the sign.

  • bludog commented on the blog post FDL Book Salon Welcomes Van Jones, Rebuild The Dream

    2012-06-16 16:47:46View | Delete

    Obviously you are incapable of conducting yourself in a manner that promotes rational discourse.”

    You love making these irrational statements. Just how is it that I am, in your opinion, incapable of conducting myself in a manner that promotes rational discourse? Apparently you are the arbiter of “rational discourse”.

  • bludog commented on the blog post FDL Book Salon Welcomes Van Jones, Rebuild The Dream

    2012-06-16 16:41:11View | Delete

    You addressed my so-called insults? Really? And my grammar is not up to your standards? Really? Perhaps you would like to give me grammar lessons. You have not yet explained how I insulted you or how my grammar is not up to your standards. Perhaps you would be kind enough to explain how I insulted you and the problem you have with my grammar.

  • bludog commented on the blog post FDL Book Salon Welcomes Van Jones, Rebuild The Dream

    2012-06-16 16:34:42View | Delete

    You have been respectful of me and are not going to put up with my scorn. Give me a fucking break. You have neither been respectful of me nor have I visited any scorn upon you. You just cannot respond to legitimate questions.

  • bludog commented on the blog post FDL Book Salon Welcomes Van Jones, Rebuild The Dream

    2012-06-16 16:28:38View | Delete

    You have not yet explained what was rude about the comment. Your comment made no sense whatsoever. Perhaps it was my reference to white lightening. Frankly your comment made so little sense that the only explanation would be that you were into the white lightening. If you have some other reasonable explanation I would love to hear it.

  • bludog commented on the blog post FDL Book Salon Welcomes Van Jones, Rebuild The Dream

    2012-06-16 16:24:34View | Delete

    Why is it you just accept that comments were taken down because they did not comply with the rules when, in fact, you have no idea as to the content of the comments? I actually saw the second comment that was disappeared and there was absolutely nothing in the comment that was offensive. It was referencing the comment in comment #1. It was taken down because the moderator (I am sure it was not S.D.) did not want the frivolousness of the issue to be apparent. So, perhaps you might want to moderate your critical comments to those issues in which you have personal knowledge of.

  • bludog commented on the blog post FDL Book Salon Welcomes Van Jones, Rebuild The Dream

    2012-06-16 16:06:39View | Delete

    What were the violations?

  • bludog commented on the blog post FDL Book Salon Welcomes Van Jones, Rebuild The Dream

    2012-06-16 15:57:10View | Delete

    What was rude about the comment or why was it uncalled for in your expert opinion?

  • bludog commented on the blog post FDL Book Salon Welcomes Van Jones, Rebuild The Dream

    2012-06-16 15:46:58View | Delete

    Have you been in the white lightening this afternoon? You comment makes no sense. Van Jones is a tool. The most important and relevant question posed to him in this salon was made by CarolynC upthread. How did Jones respond? Crickets!!! Jones avoided any of the tough to-the-point questions (especially about the greatest speaker alive). Also it is very disturbing that two of thatinvisionthing’s comments were disappeared. Why is fdl censoring comments? That is probably more disturbing than the tool Jones ignoring the important and relevant questions.

  • Thank you for this excellent analysis.

  • Hi Medea and thanks for all your great work. Are you aware of any efforts to prosecute for war crimes against any of our home-grown war criminals related to drones?

  • Thanks for the reply. The original lender went out of business, as near as I can tell, about 8-9 years ago. They are long gone. Consulting a lawyer in my jurisdiction is not feasible. There is only one lawyer in the county and I know him well and he knows nothing about the relevant law. I know more about the law that applies than he does. The local bar association is a joke, to say the least.

  • Thanks for responding. My loan is 12 years old. I have all the original documents. My servicer cannot even tell me who owns the trust deed, let alone the note. They have not refused to identify the note holder based upon the assertion they are not required to do so. They keep identifying different parties. The last letter I received from them they stated only that Fannie Mae is an “investor”. The original trust deed holder went out of business years ago. I did a county recorder title search and the only thing on record is the original trust deed that was recorded 12 years ago. I do not think my residence can be sold because the title is so muddled. I am fearful I would have to disclose this.

  • I have written several qualified written requests to my servicer requesting they identify the owner of the note on my mortgage. Even though the servicer responds they refuse to identify the owner of the note. At one point they said they owned the note, then said an unknown entity owned the note and on another occasion stated that Fannie Mae owned the note. On each occasion they refused to provide me with any endorsements or allonges attached to the note identifying the note owner. I have come to the conclusion that my only alternative is to sue them to quiet the title because they do not have any evidentiary proof of ownership of the note. It seems to me that this chain of title problem is a systemic problem in the country and as Cynthia has stated above it is a problem that will last a generation.

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