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Kucinich Subcommittee Hearing to Probe Administration’s Response to Foreclosure Crisis


Kucinich Subcommittee Hearing to Probe Administration’s Response to Foreclosure Crisis | Press Release

Washington D.C. (February 19, 2010) – Chairman Kucinich (D-OH) today announced that the Domestic Policy Subcommittee will hold a hearing on Tuesday, February 25, 2010 entitled “Foreclosures Continue: What needs to Change in the Administration’s Response.” The hearing will be held at 2:00 p.m. in Room 2154 of the Rayburn House Office Building.

The purpose of this hearing is to examine the function and the impact of the Administration’s response to the ongoing foreclosure crisis. The Subcommittee will hear testimony from a Treasury Department official, as well as other experts who will provide insight as to the impact of the Administration’s program, and suggestions for its improvement.

For Immediate Release:

Contact: Nathan White (202)225-5871

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Know you have an army of Americans following your words and deeds..a silent army..

Unlike Ron Paul's army,,your army is silent,,

The evil and corruption that lurks,,has no idea how big your silent army is..

Dennis's army needs to grow a LOT larger over the next couple of years. Given the frustration of Dems after being duped in 2008, the timing is certainly right for a "Dennis 2012" run at the faux progressive in the W.H.

This will be my very last try at getting him elected. I have run out of patience with the "electorate" and their "win-at-all-costs" approach to voting for the lesser of two standard issue pols instead of following their conscience to this incredible Congressman.

If the public is not invited to attend this hearing, then I don't understand why the exact location of this hearing needs to be publicly specified.

Otoh, while the public is surely not being implicitly invited to attend the hearing, giving the precise location of it to the public might be a way of letting the members of the public who support the hearing and would like to gather outside of it to demonstrate their support know where the hearing's being held.

If that's not the reason, then it makes me a little nervous that the precise location was publicly specified. We don't need more "mysterious accidents" happening to strategically important people.

Mike Corbeil

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