Law Suits & Courts

Politics of Robo Signers

Posted on Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Asking the banks to figure this out on their own won't strike voters as terribly credible because the base of the problem here was that the banks -- and their procedures -- have not proven credible. Letting the courts decide on a case-by-case basis doesn't make for great policy. By and large, the White House has resisted entangling itself in the mortgage mess, but that seems as much an opportunity missed as a problem avoided, and now, as banks assure us that they've devised an acceptable solution, it's leaving a lot of people looking at their political leadership and wondering why Bank of America gets to make this call.Ezra Klein Washington Post


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