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I got this from Hoyer

Hello,

I'm writing to make you aware of another troubling situation we've uncovered regarding Countrywide Home Loans. As the height of hurricane season reminds us of the past devastation of hurricanes Katrina and Rita, we learn victims of those disasters now face another injustice.

Homeowners who've been lucky enough to rebuild and repair their property are now fighting efforts by Countrywide to steal their home. Why would Countrywide want to foreclose on these people they promised to help? It turns out property values in the hurricane hit regions of Texas and Louisiana are among the few places in the country enjoying rising property values. It's a surprising twist as most of the rest of the country battles against housing prices in a steep nose dive.

Read more about Countrywide's actions to cash in on this surprising group of homeowners at:

http://www.consumerwarningnetwork.com/2008/08/15/countrywide-cashing-in-on-surprising-group-of-homeowners/

I hope you find these updates helpful. Let us know if you have any interesting information that other consumers should know about.

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4 justice now
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Thanks for the post. I read the article that was linked. Is there anything these scumbags won't do for a buck?

Also, is it possible that there might still be a honest, competent person working in our government who has the ability to do anything, but hasn't been bought and paid for already?

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If you find one Please let us know....

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Reuters
 
Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones dies of aneurysm

Wed Aug 20, 8:15 PM ET

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones, an Ohio Democrat who was one of the few dissenting voices in Congress during the 2003 invasion of Iraq, died on Wednesday after a brain aneurysm, a hospital spokeswoman said.

Tubbs Jones, who represented parts of Cleveland and its eastern suburbs, suffered the aneurysm while driving her car in suburban Cleveland Heights, her office said earlier in the day. She was 58.

Tubbs Jones' condition declined throughout the day and she died at 6:12 p.m., Cleveland Clinic spokeswoman Eileen Sheil said in a statement.

Her death will not alter the balance of power in the U.S. House of Representatives, where Democrats hold a comfortable majority.

First elected in 1998, Tubbs Jones headed the House Ethics Committee and was the first black woman to serve on the tax-writing Ways and Means committee.

Tubbs Jones compiled a solidly liberal voting record during her decade in office and was one of only 11 Democrats in the 435-member House who voted against a 2003 resolution supporting President George W. Bush and U.S. troops at the start of the Iraq war.

After the 2004 presidential election, she protested suspected voting irregularities in her home state, which Democrat John Kerry lost narrowly to Bush. She lodged a complaint in Congress that led to an unusual debate challenging the result.

Tubbs Jones was a prominent backer of New York Sen. Hillary Clinton during the Democratic presidential primaries. She was planning to attend the Democratic convention in Denver next week where Barack Obama will be nominated to face Republican John McCain in the November 4 election.

(Reporting by Andy Sullivan and JoAnne Allen; Editing by Peter Cooney)

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http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20080821/pl_nm/usa_congress_tubbsjones_dc_1
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