Is it true that most Americans don't give a damn about all the fraud involved in the foreclosure crisis?

"What’s sad is that most Americans who have an opinion about the foreclosure crisis don’t give a s___ about all the fraud involved. They don’t care that these mortgages wouldn’t have been available in the first place if the banks hadn’t found a way to sell oregano as weed to pension funds and insurance companies. They don’t care that the Countrywides of the world pushed borrowers who qualified for safer fixed-¬≠income loans into far more dangerous adjustable-rate loans, because their brokers got bigger commissions for doing so. They don’t care that in the rush to produce loans, people were sold houses that turned out to have flood damage or worse, and they certainly don’t care that people were sold houses with inflated appraisals, which left them almost immediately underwater once housing prices started falling."

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http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/17390/232611

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