WSJ article via the Phoenix Business Journal:
Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis told editors of the Wall Street Journal that he's worried about borrowers with strong credit scores not making loan payments if the housing crisis worsens.
"There's been a change in social attitudes toward default," Lewis told the Wall Street Journal. "We're seeing people who are current on their credit cards but are defaulting on their mortgages. I'm astonished that people would walk away from their homes."
Apparently even borrowers with strong credit scores are finding it easier to walk away from their mortgages, especially if they put little or no money down on houses and condos purchased for investment purposes.
Let's be clear here Ken. It is your own damn fault. Millions of people have Googled Casey and know that you aren't going to do anything about lending fraud never mind lending mistakes. You destroyed the ethical considerations of the US financial system. Reap what you sow.