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Federal National Mortgage Association Message Board

  • gary0barnes gary0barnes Apr 9, 2014 8:25 AM Flag

    Governments not applying Bank fines to FNMA bottom line! Outrageous!

    Its is Illegal to do any sweeping of money that belongs to FNMA from Bank Fines! Outrageous that our government is ignoring shareholders of Fannie Mae with a do what ever the #$%$ mentality! I am a Veteran that served in USAF and i will be tearing up my Honorable Discharge Certificate soon. If you cant have faith and confidence that your country is out of control over theft of shareholders of a public company. well you may want to consider moving! Whats next they take your house you own! This is Un-American to steal and not here the voice of shareholders. I was wrong about Obama caring about shareholders! Whats a sad situation for Investors. Hopefully the Constitution and Courts will do whats right! I put most of my money in FNMA after the Government and Paul Allen of Charter screwed shareholders by claiming Bankruptcy when really what they did was cut out the shareholders and CHTR stock symbol is doing quite well now! NUTS! Outrageous! If this happens again with FNMA i will leave America! I would be a Millionaire if I would not have been screwed over by CHTR and now FNMA. The Government is not helping the economy by stealing from its citizens. I'm holding 40,000 shares now was 50,000 and got in near the bottom! I hope to God that FNMA shareholders are treated fairly! Its crazy situation! It will be devastating in Government gets away with this. Its not cool how Government truly operates!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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