The major reason for the shifting attitude, said MacArthur: Personal economics continue to be so distressing that most Americans have had to make sacrifices to keep their housing, including taking a second job, boosting credit card debt, ending savings and curbing health care.
“For most Americans, the housing crisis is certainly not a thing of the past,” said pollster Geoffrey Garin, president of of Hart Research Associates, which conducted the comprehensive April survey of 1,355 adults. “Some think that the worst is yet to come,” he added in a webinar to release the polling data.
Why aren’t the Wall Street criminals prosecuted?
By Barry Grey
7 January 2014
In May 2012, only days after JPMorgan Chase’s Jamie Dimon revealed that his bank had lost billions of dollars in speculative bets, President Barack Obama publicly defended the multi-millionaire CEO, calling him “one of the smartest bankers we’ve got.” What Obama did not mention is that Dimon is a criminal.
WELLS FARGO ...America's biggest criminal banksters?
SEN. DIANNE FEINSTEIN’S
PAYMASTERS….. MUCKING OVER
MINORITIES FOR PROFITS FOR YEARS…
it’s only one of the reasons this criminal
has had their CA mortgage license REVOKED!