Only way that happens is if a judge is bought off or blackmailed into siding with the government. Would only prolong the eventual outcome.
Share holders who have lost significant money should call to be part of the class action. People like me who invested after the bankruptcy don't need to call (as per John Graves).
"John Carney or Joe Light who actively cover Fannie Mae"
LOL, that makes me laugh, that you think these two Bozos actually "cover" Fannie Mae. Unless by "cover" you mean to spread disinformation anytime a new bit of truth comes to light, then these two clowns do not "cover" Fannie Mae.
Yank says "they really have not been all that profitable."
This statement shows a lack of conviction in your beliefs.
This is NOT a statement that you would ever say about a business that is as awful as the one that you continually describe.
Why are you even worried about some miscellaneous documents, when you believe that everything the government did was legitimate. It says a lot that you are so worried about these documents possibly showing some inappropriate behavior by the government.
Taxis everywhere have had to deal with very strict regulations and have thrived. Uber thrives without regulation, but crumbles under it. They can't handle a level playing field.
Uber and Lyft suspend all ride sharing in Houston due to newly enacted regulations. They just gave up with minimal regulation enacted.
Uber and Lyft collapse under minimal Government oversight and regulation. How will they survive in NYC when local government implements even a small portion of the regulations that taxis face?
Lets call it what it is.
Fannie and Freddie never went bankrupt!! So, why do they have to go bye bye?
They did not save the Country, they saved the "too big to fail" banks. Many banks were ready to take their place.
We are all taxpayers. They are not doing a very good job of representing me.
Thanks for taking the time to update us all. Much appreciation!
I was wondering how you would try to spin this, YANK. Not a very good effort on your part, though. No one on the plaintiff's side has ever stated or implied that the GSE's were anything but privately held companies, illegally being manipulated by government agencies. Judge Sweeney's words only help our cause.
What dream world are you living in. Germany filled the countryside with windmills and spent fortunes on solar power. Now they are investing in coal plants to try to reduce the average price of energy so that their companies can afford to compete with the global competition.