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Foreclosure “Victims” Deserve No Sympathy

It shouldn’t be long before ACORN recruits “Octomom” Nadya Suleman to serve as the radical, left-wing group’s new foreclosure poster child. The jobless, unmarried mother of 14 faces eviction from her family home in two weeks. Suleman’s mother, who owns the residence, hasn’t sent mortgage checks in 10 months and owes $23,000 in back payments. Nonetheless, the plastic surgery-enhanced, welfare-dependent Octomom was photographed this week at a video store splurging on games for her brood.

With her warped financial priorities, Suleman fits right in with the militant moochers at the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now. As I reported last week, ACORN launched a lawless “civil disobedience” campaign across the country to demand their housing entitlement rights. With this well-oiled propaganda campaign buoying his efforts, President Obama used his State of th

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Added: Feb-25-2009 
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  • Their should be no bailout on forclosures, all party's involved need to learn to be responcible for their actions

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    • Agreed, but libtards don't see it like that. OSPENDA says he knows better then all of us out here what WE NEED. He is a waste and the 54% that voted for this moron have dug a grave for us all. You morons.

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    • He knows we need to pay for others to ensure his agenda comes to pass.

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    • I agree, but why do the banks get a bailout? Will the banks learn to be responsible for their actions? They'll just take your money and become more powerful (cos there's less of them) and then the cycle starts again, only this time more globally. It's a shame that people side with the banks, even if this woman was stupid and greedy.

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  • Proves my hypothesis that Liberalism is a disease that rots the brain and prevents is use.

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  • 14 kids?!?!? WTF

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  • They aren't going to let her take the kids home if..well, she doesn't have room for them.

    I'm sure some sucker will pony up cash for her...there are freaks all around.

    Maybe Brangelina will adopt three or four!

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  • Octo-mom is busy....she got a porn offer....

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  • if she would have aborted those kids, then they would have had her as the poster child...

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  • I agree with the points on those specific individuals. But, I don't agree that everyone in that situation is just irresponsible in the same manner.

    Some people legitimately lost their jobs due to other factors including corporately mismanaged plans and money. Not everyone is in this situation because they bought a house or refinanced a house for a rate they couldn't afford.

    It's funny how people freak about government controlling any corporate entity, but are perfectly okay with the same com More..

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  • LMAO @ the morons calling this a "Liberal" move when McCain would have not done it much different.

    As much as idiots who fell prey to the lenders should learn their lesson. The US is not a country that lets its people live on the streets regardless of who they are, simple as that.

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  • conservatism and republicanism are dead brands. they run the country into the ground every time they get in power. the best we can hope for out of all this pain is some lasting memories of exactly who caused it and who is fighting against Obama while he tries to fix it.

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  • welfare hampster!
    just kill it!

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  • Cases like this have never been within any proposals to rescue troubled mortgages. There will have to be a plan to rescue troubled mortgages not because people should be protected from market forces but because foreclosures are a constant erosion of any recovery forces. Government is in the business of economic recovery right now and not into making sure everyone is punished. Everyone is affected by foreclosures

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