BY GARY DUBIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW – Don’t miss this Sunday’s 3 p.m. Foreclosure Hour on KHVH-AM radio, featuring former Hawaii Governor John Waihee.
John and I are launching the HOMEOWNERS SUPER PAC on Sunday — a national political action committee providing financial muscle for what heretofore has been a sleeping giant.
This is the final solution, giving homeowners for the first time a seat at the nationwide decision making table.
Forget the overwhelmingly unfriendly federal and state courts and the phony federal and state agencies.
That has largely been a colossal and deceptive waste of time and energies.
We are instead going after major state reform legislation, organizing homeowners State by State with financial power, the only language the system understands or will every understand.
There are 5 major so-called banks and approximately 100 million of us homeowners.
The numbers speak for themselves.
John Waihee, with his extensive legislative, executive, and fund-raising leadership experience, has agreed to head the Homeowners Super PAC.
Starting this Sunday, we begin our effort to organize in every State.
The Super PAC will be promoting our unique Homeowners Bill of Rights and Wrongs that has been previewed on my radio show:
1. a new simplified and flexible, mandatory, five-page maximum, borrower-friendly form of mortgage, abolishing foreclosures in favor of conversion options protecting possession and equity;
2. A new mandatory state recording system, requiring proof of ownership of mortgage loans, or otherwise their escheat to the state to do with them as the people of each state decide;
3. The mandatory recording of copies of all promissory notes to end the rampant fraud in the present system and the threat to valid titles, and all of the usual phony chain of title disputes; and
4. The formation of a specialized mortgage court in each recorder’s jurisdiction staffed by knowledgeable judges to decide mortgage loan challenges.
And much more.
This Sunday we will change the content of the present debate and end the useless cry babying blogging and professorial lecturing otherwise taking us nowhere, in favor of how change comes about in America: organization and money.
Otherwise, women would have no right to vote, blacks would be in separate facilities, and union organizers would be in jail.
It is the homeowners’ time in American history to organize.
Gary Dubin is with the Dubin Law Offices in Honolulu, Hawaii