The other side in this fight loves to emphasize that my clients, and borrower-defendants in general, have not "paid their mortgage." The accusation, whether made directly or indirectly, is that people facing foreclosure are simply deadbeat debtors. After appearing on the radio in Mississippi, I had an idea for a simple analogy in response:
People are greedy sometimes. Like pigs. We forgive pigs for being greedy and fat.
Banks have designated themselves to control and dispense the pig slop, also known as $$$.
Like it or not, at the MOMENT, the bankers are the farmers.
A farmer would be wrong to poison his pigs' slop - - especially when the pigs, like the USA--are healthy, growing "yung uns."
So when the banks all got together, formulated that lethal poison known as MERS, and mixed it with the slop they fed 62 million Americans, who do we blame?