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  • Now as anyone who owns a credit card or several or bought an home in America millions couldn't afford mandated by democrats, your democratic form of socialism at work, were the actual cause behind the massive collapse of the housing sector headlined by Fannie May and Freddie Mack.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Now as anyone who owns a credit card or several or bought an home in America millions couldn't afford mandated by democrats, your democratic form of socialism at work, were the actual cause behind the massive collapse of the housing sector headlined by Fannie May and Freddie Mack.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • As of this writing the sub-prime disaster is getting worse, with Fannie May and Freddie Mac requiring possibly a $trillion dollar bailout.

    The Greatest Scandal of Our Time

  • As of this writing the sub-prime disaster is getting worse, with Fannie May and Freddie Mac requiring possibly a $trillion dollar bailout.

    The Greatest Scandal of our Time

  • KEMP: There's legislation going through the Congress right now for the GSEs -- the government sponsored enterprises -- Fannie May, Freddie Mac, Federal Home Loan Bank all of those resources can take a percentage of their profit 3 to 5 and 10 percent in the case of the Federal Home Loan bank for affordable housing and target it toward the Gulf Port region, get the National Association of Home Builders together.

    CNN Transcript Oct 22, 2005

  • We've bought about 70 percent of the HUD loans that were made -- Fannie May has financed on this reservation.

    Remarks By The President At Home Of Geraldine Blue Bird

  • We've bought about 70 percent of the HUD loans that were made -- Fannie May has financed on this reservation.

    Remarks At Home Of Geraldine Blue Bird

  • It appears to be our friends at Standard & Poor's, announcing a one-notch downgrade to US mortgage firms Fannie May and Freddie Mac.

    The Guardian World News

  • This law does nothing about the now government-controlled mortgage buying companies Fannie May and Freddie Mac, themselves great enablers of the risky mortgage-lending practices at the root of this mess.

    News

  • "I think Chicago is really rooting for Fannie May because they want a candy to call their own," said Beth Kimmerle, a confectionary historian who once worked for Fannie May and is author of "Chocolate: The Sweet History."

    NPR Topics: News

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