Published: 12:09 AM 06/11/2012 – By Neil Munro
CHICAGO, IL – MAY 16: A Chicago police officer guards a Citibank branch from protestors demonstrating against home foreclosures May 16, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. This was the third day of protests in what is expected to be a full week of demonstrations as the city prepares to host the NATO Summit May 20-21. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
President Barack Obama wants his 2012 re-election campaign to focus on Gov. Mitt Romney’s private-sector record, but his own private-sector history shows that he promoted and profited from the nation’s disastrous real-estate bubble.
One striking example comes from the president’s 1995 housing-discrimination class action lawsuit: It provided him with legal fees, greased his political donations and boosted his role in Chicago politics.
While he made personal gains, his lead African-American client, Selma Buycks-Roberson, declared bankruptcy in 2001 — and again in 2008 as she received a home foreclosure notice, according to unpublicized federal and city records obtained by The Daily Caller.
June 11, 2012 | Categories: 2012 Election, Class Warfare, Cloward and Piven Strategy, Corruption, Corruption in Government, Deficit, Economic Security, Elections Politics, Electorate, Government, Liberal Scare Tactics, Media Corruption, National Security, New Media News, Political Contests, Politics, Progressives pushing for Marxism/Socialism, Propaganda, The Economy, VOTER FRAUD | Tags: african american neighborhoods, Barack Obama, Business, Chicago, Citibank, economy, Foreclosure, Lawsuits, politics, real-estate, undefined | Leave A Comment »