May 05, 2009
Here's how it worked: After the first notice, which was dated Feb. 27, all residents were asked to apply for public housing. Carlen Williams, director of development for the authority, said those applications determined who qualified to keep their apartment and who didn't.
"I still resent the fact that I have to follow their rules," Derisi said. "I'm not a public housing resident. I never have been. I want my relocation expenses. And I want to be left alone."
From that point forward, residents would be divided into various categories. Some earned little enough to qualify for public housing and could keep their apartments. Many earned too much and have to leave. Some simply fled without applying.
But after that, most would wait more than six weeks for the next step in the process.
"I lose sleep because I worry about where I'm going to go," said resident Annie Harrison on Tuesday afternoon. "It's been an awful two months."
And yet, Obama is trying to force banks and mortgage holders to allow other fuckwits and ACORN assholes who overextended themselves to stay in the houses they never could afford in the first place.
Here is how I feel:
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