I totally agree, I was in outrage when I saw that story. I wanted to know why would 20/20 be wasting time interviewing them when, there are families that lost there homes, not mansions. Some of who had to take there families to shelters for a place to sleep. I'm supposed to fell sorry for these people? I have a sister with two kids and, MS. She is in pain on a daily basis but has no choice but to work through her pain, to be sure that she keeps her home. She, doesn't even qualify for food stamps and, has nothing that she could sell for cash, and I'm supposed to cry for them? I don't think so, I laughed when I saw that there Mercedes was in need of repair that they could not afford on his pizza man salary.
Maybe I'm wrong for taking pleasure in there pain. But, I can't help but notice he was in the business that is to blame for the current economic situation. I don't think it is a far stretch to say that he probably benefited from some of the risky dealing It's high time that people like him suffer as I have been suffering all my adult life, it's time to pay the piper!!