A good friend once said, “Perception becomes the reality.”
When opinion is accepted as fact, perception soon becomes reality, at least for those who share these opinions and cling to the resulting perceptions. Herein lies the reason for the division in America today and unless we make a concerted effort to separate perception from reality, opinion from fact, fiction from truth, that division will continue [JB Williams 2005].
Rumor has it that in a matter of days, after months of negotiation with big banks, the White House may announce a settlement that would let the banks off the hook for their role in the foreclosure crisis — paying a tiny fraction of what’s needed in exchange for blanket immunity from future lawsuits. If this happens will we ever be able to trust him again?
Reading the biased judicial opinion in the transcripts of the Florida case, Deutsche Bank vs. Renee Cuenca compels the apparent need to make an early opening statement.
Maybe it needs to be dialogue on a new television series – like “Fraud & Foreclosure” … or “Un-Justice”.
The Cuenca transcripts – like the more recent foreclosure orders dissing the borrowers’ rights to challenge the Assignment of Mortgages, instill a vivid picture of the “cow jumped over the moon.” How does the Judge get from point A to point D without connecting the dots? Continue reading →