Oh, yes, the real fun stuff is starting now.
Now the angry mortgage fraudster and failed flipper sheeple mobs, looking for someone to blame, started to go after the REIC execs in a more up-close-and-personal way.
First up - the Countrywide executives who knowingly enabled and promoted mortgage fraud in order to enrich themselves. Check out this story of one of their execs being hounded in Ohio.
Next the sheeple will be going after the realtors and mortgage brokers who did and said anything in order to put the sheeple into houses they couldn't afford, in order to earn a commission.
HP doesn't recommend violence or personal attacks against the REIC. But it's nice to see the failed housing gamblers take their game up a notch.
But it's too bad they're not blaming the people who deserve the blame the most: Themselves.
In fight against foreclosures, ornery activists tackle Countrywide, nation's biggest lender
CLEVELAND - Folks on Humphrey Hill Drive were still waking up on the icy Saturday morning the shark hunters came to town. They rounded the suburban traffic circle in a pair of rented school buses after a half-hour ride from far more modest neighborhoods, rumbling to a stop at the Garmone family's driveway. Forty-two caffeinated Clevelanders piled out, their leaders carrying bullhorns.
Their quarry, Mike Garmone — a regional vice president at Countrywide Financial Corp., the nation's largest mortgage lender — didn't answer his door. So they deployed, ringing bells at the big homes with three-car garages, handing out accusatory fliers and lambasting Garmone and his company's loans. Before departing, they left their calling card — thousands of 2 1/2-inch plastic sharks — flung across Garmone's frozen flower beds, up into the gutters, littering the doorstep.