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So in the World According to Jim, every transaction I've done stripped homeowners of their equity?
It was good to hear AAG Jim Sugarman discussing the HB 2791 fiasco on KVI radio last Sunday. I wondered how far he’d be bending the truth and guessed it would be plenty.
He didn’t let me down.
So, even though the hosts didn’t throw anything but softballs his way, Michelle did ask the one question I’d talked to her about earlier.
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I wonder what happens when we search for other comments from that IP address?
They’ve been a little strange of late, the comments I’ve been getting from one Ignacia Ramirez.
Clearly, Ignacia isn’t a fan, and from the comments, isn’t particularly intelligent, either.
But, I let them come in and to be fair, didn’t try to make her look foolish. She was doing a good enough job of that on her own.
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Are you really this obtuse, or is it intentional to validate a case that needs all the help it can get?
Interesting reading, that press release of yours.
I looked at it recently and remembered why we’re in this mess today . . . you fudge the facts to fit your story, having little and sometimes no regard for the truth.
As investors, we don’t have the opportunity to fudge facts. We have to play by the rules.
Most of us do.
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100% never happened, you just made it up, you're lying through your teeth, pure, unmitigated fiction.
Spending the day, yesterday, reviewing the amended lawsuit and wondering if there’s anything your office won’t say to make its case.
I doubt it.
Whatever it takes to win? The end justifies the means? We can make it up as we go because we’ve got the power to do so?
Continue reading “I Call BULLSHIT, #131” »
Your office promotes what it must know to be pure huey, simply because you're unwilling to admit its embarrassing error.
Your March 14, 2007 press release is troubling and it’s not so much the fact that it’s filled with inaccuracies.
That much, we get.
What troubles me is knowing the press release epitomizes the quality of your investigation.
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