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May 26, 2008 – Comments (4)

No big deal by California standards. She only defaulted on a measly three homes.

Rep. Laura Richardson, who lost her Sacramento home in a recent foreclosure auction, has also defaulted on properties in Long Beach and San Pedro, records show.

Richardson, D-Long Beach, was able to bring her payments up to date on the Long Beach home relatively quickly, but the San Pedro property lingered in the foreclosure process for almost eight months, and still has a pending auction date.

Says here experience puts her in a good postion to help others. Whatever, lady. That's what snowflake said, too. And we all know what a success he turned out to be.

I wonder what her position is on the housing bailout legislation? She didn't vote on any of the recent ones.

4 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On May 26, 2008 at 7:25 PM, jahbu (80.21) wrote:

We must make the Bush tax cuts permanent and everything will be fine

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#2) On May 26, 2008 at 9:01 PM, fatdiesel (79.24) wrote:

We trust these people with the business of the USA, and they can't keep their own houses in order.  Good grief!

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#3) On May 26, 2008 at 9:48 PM, TMFBent (99.17) wrote:

What do you think the odds are that this woman was honest on her loan applications? She was making just above $100K in the cali legislature, and then $170 as a national representative. Yet she had mortgages of more than $1 million?

Something doesn't add up, and I'm betting she's not commenting on her loans because they're not quite kosher.

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#4) On May 26, 2008 at 11:39 PM, abitare (29.55) wrote:

When she gets her tax rebate check she should be able to turn this around.

I posted on her on May 21, 08:

Congresswoman Laura Richardson's decision to Walk Away from the House Incredibly, the story has actually gotten better, not one house, but THREE! Can we bring back the debtor prisions?


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