After the recovery of the last few sessions, I think most of the laughter is over your juvenile predictions that fizzled out, again, as has been going on since 2013.
I keep saying it, over and over, and you guys keep ignoring it or burying my post with childish "bump" posts. Judge Lamberth ruled that HERA clearly established that FHFA had the power and legal authority to impose Amendment 3. The only way this can be overturned is via a successful appeal, a highly unlikely outcome after all this time. Or via a constitutional challenge to the law, itself, which is not part of the veritable suite of litigation filed by Perry, Ackman and Berkowitz. So how is it that you optimists expect to win in the end? The truth is, you are just part of the obstructionist delaying process. Other than that, you ain't even in the game any longer.
Judge Lamberth ruled on the complaints brought before the court by Perry Capital. None of those complaints challenged the legality of HERA, so of course he did not rule on that. What Lamberth said was that Amendment 3 was legal and proper based on HERA.
can only signal total, absolute desperation in the continuing campaign to find some scapegoat to explain away why the GSEs went into conservatorship. Bernanke's book is going to blow up a few heads over at Investors Unite, right?
Not according to Judge Lamberth. His opinion clearly stated the sweep was proper and fully legal as authorized by Congress under the Housing & Economic Recovery Act. It has been over one year since Perry Capital's appeals were filed and I don't see anybody celebrating with victory cigars. Do you? Why do you think the plaintiffs, et al, continue to badger for more documents? Don't you suppose its because after 7 years of slogging through this legal quagmire, they have NOTHING conclusive to bring in front of the court?
Bernanke's book is going to shine a bright light of clarity on he pristine motives of government officials in 2008 and the recovery period, since, that should make all Americans proud that despite its current dysfunction, there were committed bureaucrats from both sides of the aisle in both Executive and Congressional branches that put politics aside to SAVE our economy from total disaster and a generational depression.
The PATH bill under Mulvaney and Ellison's leadership is really just the Hensarling Bill with more amendments and zero support from Democrats. In a straight up and down vote, it would clear both houses but the Senate is hard to predict with rogues like Elizabeth Warren uncommitted to an announced position in anything I have seen. This is an interesting piece of legislation because it attacks the low income housing initiative, a Democratic-coveted area, but does so in a way that would potentially shut down both GSEs, a goal of many Democrats and Republicans alike.
I suspect Obama might not kill a passed bill with a veto of PATH, but who knows for sure? Thanks for raising the issue; this really is an important bill for FnF followers and investors.
This has drug on for too many years. It's now beyond just "old" and is moving at a snail's pace into the "stupid" category.
Well, navycmdr, I expect Bernanke will have LOTS to say about the GSEs and you can anticipate total support for the conservatorship enacted by the government. He has long supported the measures undertaken in an effort to save our country's economic system.
Then Amber is also navycmdr from investorshub. They even have (or had) the same photo in their ID;s.
Oh, Amber, you deleted your post so soon. Or should I say navycmdr you deleted your post so soon? Who cares? Same difference, right?
Why are you pumpers so afraid of standing up and being honest about your views or your identities? When you have to hide behind fake ID's and gamesmanship to conceal your motives you only lend cediility to those of us that think you are scumbgs for trying to orchestrate a grab bag for all of Fannie's cash.
LET GO OF MY FANNIE!
Hey, look, it's the Amber ID back, covering up for being navycmdr. Hey, navy, how does it feel to be one of the ultimate SNAFU's? You know. SITUATION NORMAL ALL F'd UP?
Just so everyone knows the caliber of navy's contributions... "Don't ask/Don't tell" was developed in his/her honor. Just don't drop the soap in the shower room.
Go back to investorshub, Ronald you loser!
Well said. Valiant is a great company and a great investment. Forget these worthless trolls.
Yeah. Let's let Capitalism prosper. Get the government totally out of the mortgage business and let free enterprise rule the roost. Yeah, right.
You guys love platitudes, but you don't even really know what they mean.
Sad, really. Just reveals how pathetic our school systems are to graduate blowhards with zero understanding of our Constitution and our country's founding principles. Admit it, dude. You bought Fannie stock on the cheap and want to be rich. So, Very simplistic.to you, it is patriotic for your stock value to go up. Very simplistic. And self serving. And stupid. And greedy.
What a jerk.
There's not one politician running for President, Senator, Congress, Governor, Mayor, County Commissioner, School Board member, Sheriff or Animal Control Commissioner that ever heard of Dendreon or could care less about some totally devalued shell of a former company that is now BANKRUPT and in the process of being wound down by a court-approved financial undertaker.
There is no rock. There is no hard place. There only remains the decomposing entrails of a failed pharmaceutical venture that couldn't cut it and went bust.
Good luck, dudes. You have beaten your hopes and dreams of wealth into the well-ground dirt of reality that a dead company can't rise from the ashes, like a Phoenix, because its vital organs have expired. No life remains. Only the stench of carrion.
Pearson has built a great organization which is why his aggressive posture in M&A makes so much sense. He can buy a weak or losing company, or even one that is just devalued, and apply his organizational leverage to enhance shareholder value using proven expertise. Valiant has a great manufacturing team and an almost legendary Sales team at their disposal.
But you never contribute anything concrete except insults to others that have something to say, or ridiculous claptrap like "Huge gains tomorrow."
You are typical of the pom-pom shakers here that think Fannie will make you rich. No real rationale, legal or economic. But Fannie must go up because YOU bought some el cheapo shares here. Yeah, right.
Your posts are as worthless as sam.benert and chessmaster315.