Shining Above All

Posted November 6th, 2008 by Joe Kaiser

Dear Rob,

Your recent motion for summary judgment states . . .

But one damning inequity shines above all: Kaiser represented himself to the property owners as an expert who would use his superior knowledge of foreclosure and real estate to help the property owner during their ‘difficult time.’

Unconscionability, if not outright fraud, should be presumed in this instance because Kaiser and his associates so obviously misrepresented their intentions to the property owners by asserting that they were going to help them out while instead helping themselves to enormous profits to the substantial detriment of property owners. Rob McKenna
Motion for Summary Judgment
October 24, 2008

May you be hoisted with your own petard, Rob.

In the arena,

Joe Kaiser


2 Responses to: “Shining Above All”

  1. Tom Tuttle From Tacoma responds:
    Posted: November 6th, 2008 at 1:28 pm

    He’s seeking ‘summary judgment’??!

    What an idiot. What arrogance. What a waste of our tax dollars. This guy is a loose cannon. He obviously wants to be humiliated in court and in the media. There’s not a chance in hell he’ll back out of this thing, regardless of the facts that are screaming at him to cut his losses.

    This is a no-win deal for Rob. He should quit now while he can and admit he blew huge amounts of resources on this instead of doing something of importance. He can blame it on his staff or somebody. Apparently he’s from the Nifong school of thought.

    One of these days, he’ll be on the stand, and someone will be asking him, “Rob, at what point in this investigation did you realize that you had made a huge mistake, but were into it so far you had no way to back out without revealing your mistake?”

    Can he spell “Disgraced, Disbarred, and Bankrupt”?

    Joe, we are waiting for court dates, rest assured there will be a lot of investors sitting behind you in the courtroom. Wouldn’t miss it!

  2. Michael Harbert responds:
    Posted: November 9th, 2008 at 5:59 pm

    SUM-mar-y Judge-ment;

    1. The act of spending large amounts of other peoples money (tax payers in this case) without prior thought of the matter’s outcome or consequences.

    2. The abiliy to determine or impose motive and intent of an individual based upon the acts of others.

    3. A certain sickness infecting the pompous and arrogant, of the same viral family as Rash, Poor & Uninformed Judgement.

    Anyone so infected should be re-called…isolated , it tends to spread in a vertical manner especially in the the electrol season of the year. It’s victims seldom know they have it as nobody close to them dare say a word, not that they would hear as their heads are so deeply inserted…

    Despite my best effort, I have failed. My write in campaign for Attorney General has fallen, Joe you’re going to have to keep your day job.

    Please keep Us up and in the know, I do check in often.


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