Meanwhile the lobbyist plays on...

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Mortgage and Lending with Primary Residential Mortgage Inc

I recommend you to read the New York Times op/ed piece and then forward it to your Representative. We all need to be pro-active and engage our representation. The days of standing up for your party should be over .... you should be standing up for your family, your schools, your infrastructure your country.

The tiring rhetoric from both fringes leave out the most important group....most of us...the two hundred million plus. Do yourself a favor...quit carrying the water for those that do not care and speak for yourself.

See below:

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/14/opinion/14wed1.html?_r=3

 

I wish us all well.

Comments (2)

Mercedes E. Santana
Santana Property Group - New York, NY
NYC Multifamily Properties

How can we ever hope for significant reform, when our elected officials are taking money from the very corporations they are supposed to regulate? It will never happen under the present system. It has always been my thought that we would have less corruption and far more significant reforms if politicians were prohibited from taking corporate dollars.  All campaign donations should be made by private individuals only and the amount should be limited to $2500.

Otherwise, promises, promises! 

Oct 14, 2009 04:22 AM
Kirk Williams
Primary Residential Mortgage Inc - Snohomish, WA
MLO 80507

Thank you for that and I agree. After watching the most corrupt legislative body (both sides of the isle) in my life time I now have come to the side of public funding for campaigns for congress and presidential elections...I believe it would take a chunk out of lobbying...

Oct 14, 2009 04:25 AM