We're about 6,000 signatures away from getting a direct response from the President about our petition to win relief for struggling homeowners. And we have until THIS SUNDAY to get there. Rebuild the Dream is fighting for the single most important solution for the home mortgage crisis: principal reduction (reducing underwater home loans to fair market value). The White House has a special website called "We the People." Anyone can create a petition there, like we did. And if a petition gets to 25,000 signers within 30 days, then the White House guarantees that it will make an official response. 6,000 signatures might sound like a lot, but it's not. We've already gotten 19,000 signatures. If everyone who reads this message, like you're doing right now, takes a moment to sign the petition, we'll blow past our goal and get an official White House response. Getting an answer directly from the President would be a major milestone for this campaign. We can do this. Sign the petition now and let's get a direct answer from the President. Heads up: signing a White House petition is a little more complicated than a regular online petition, so here's what you need to do: 1. Create an account on the White House petition site. Click the "Create an Account" button at the bottom of the petition page. Fill in your name, email address, and the scrambled words at the bottom. If you can't make out the words, you can click the tiny blue button with the curvy arrows to get a new word that you can decipher. 2. Verify your account. You'll get an email at the address you provided that contains a link you need to click on to verify your new account. 3. Sign the petition. When you click on the verification link in your email, you'll be taken right back to our petition, and that's when you sign it by clicking the green button at the bottom. Ready? Go to our petition on WhiteHouse.gov and sign it now. This is just one step on the road to fixing this crisis, but it's one that will make a strong impact and create some real momentum. We owe it to the millions of struggling homeowners who are counting on us to get them some justice and a fair shake. But we also owe this to each other. This is what the Rebuild community is all about -- getting together to do big things. Let's do this.
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