Discussion in 'Government Offices and Programs' started by JuliefromOhio, Jul 18, 2013.
Protecting the financials of consumers, is just one more step in Obama's grand scheme.
it'll destroy America, I tell ya!
we LOVE Richard Cordray in Ohio. he was OH AG and will be at CFPB for another 5 years, but look for him to be senator or governor after that.
I expect that "Obama-style", Cordary will be "strategeric" in terms of the instances and cases he chooses to "mediacize"*. The emphasis will be on highlighting issues that will appeal to the broadest audience - and presumably ones that straddle the mid-line. That will upset some lefters, as they'll be convinced that Cordray is ignoring their personally chosen "victim class". And for what it's worth...just because he may not choose to highlight those cases, doesn't mean he isn't addressing them.
*Sorry 'bout all the quotes, but hey...they're all made up words!
you've heard complaints or concerns about what CFPB tackles? I haven't.
Cordray was just appointed the other day, so no.....I haven't heard any complaints as to what they've tackled with Cordray at their head. I expect it'll be at least a year before we hear any grousing, but we should at least give him a month.
he's been running the CFPB since January, 2012.
In the interest of keeping this push-me-pull-you going, if what you say is true AND relevant, what's been this whole "nuclear option" deal?
I don't know, what's been this whole "nuclear option" deal?
Actually they weren't made up. They were Bush speak. Try to "refudiate" that.
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