BREAKING NEWS —
For those of you in Oregon, you should be writing your legislators, especially the ones who are trying to pass the following Senate Bill (968), which would put MERS back into legislative existence again in Oregon, despite the Oregon Supreme Court’s rulings in Niday and Brandrup:
This just goes to show you that MERSCORP Holdings, Inc., who, along with several major banks, settled a $9-million lawsuit brought by Multnomah County, is now trying to do an “end run” to get itself legally back in the game, this time using the Oregon State Legislature.
It’s time to start “ramping up” against those sponsoring the bill!
Anyone want to retain a private investigator to dig up dirt on (taken from the top of the bill):
Senator JOHNSON, Representative OLSON, Senator HANSELL; Senators BAERTSCHIGER JR, FERRIOLI, Representatives BARKER, CLEM, WITT?
If anything, legislators don’t like seeing smut printed about them on the Internet. It’s bad for politics.
However, what they are attempting to do is BAD for Oregon homeowners. The Oregon Supreme Court already made it clear they didn’t want MERS being a nominee or a beneficiary in the State of Oregon. What part of that don’t these legislators get?
It’s called bribery!
I know. Harsh wording … but MERS and its parent are paying someone somewhere, through lobbyists, whatever, to put this legislation into effect so it can continue to f**k Oregon homeowners as part of a renewed securitization effort. I want to see them all in prison.
As to the OSCEOLA COUNTY FORENSIC EXAMINATION … we are not done yet.
This author is not going to stop ranting on MERS and its band of delusionary Board of Directors, who think that the legislature in every state should accord a private entity its own legislation to ply its flawed business model on Americans, most of whom don’t have a clue as to what is going on. I personally think these Oregon legislators are on the “take” and so should you! Time to start making phone calls, if you get my drift, especially if you live in Oregon. These legislators need to be “exposed” for their wrongdoing.
This also goes to show you that with Fannie Mae lowering its borrowing standards, investors are about to get bufu’d again by the major banks. One would think that with all of the investor lawsuits going on that it should be very clear that the securitization system implemented by and through the major banking cartels are out to destroy the “full faith and credit” of each of us, one home at a time!
SAY “NO!” TO MERS MORTGAGES!