We all need to do our jobs and continue to fight these abuses, continue to educate our elected and senior judges and work with the press to make sure the tragic story that is foreclosure is reported across this country. As attorneys we have a solemn ethical obligation to continue this fight. Likewise, the unrepresented and pro se patriots have an important role to stand in courtrooms and remind our judges that normal, everyday non-lawyer citizens have just as much right to stand in courtrooms and make arguments.
Our courtrooms are consecrated by the Constitution, we cannot allow these attacks to go unchecked.
In most media markets we have gotten beyond debates over homeowner’s inability to pay mortgages or lender’s unwillingness to modify the mortgage or to even properly staff phone banks so they can talk with their borrowers. Sophisticated media and now the public at large are examining the flawed legal processes that have infected our courtrooms statewide. The judgments entered and the foreclosure sales that occur during this period will long stand as testaments to the systemic failures of our judicial system that is bending to the howling cacophony of the legislature that is demanding that our courts do the bidding of corrupt businesses that brought this country to the brink of economic Armageddon.
I have faith that our judges will eventually stand up and oppose this systemic tyranny.
Until that time, we’ve got to rely upon the press to issue the clarion call!