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September 06, 2011


Jeff Levitt

I don't understand how abandoning the CFPB would promote "law, order and justice." It would do the exact opposite. Didn't you mean to say, "it's not too late to change the Dodd-Frank script," so that we can continue to have the false derivatives and sub-prime loans that have made this country great? We don't need law, order and justice. Buyer beware has always worked for me." Now that would be an intellectually honest post.

Joe Jefferis

Ohio voters correctly fired Mr. Cordray and the Senators should be commended for daring to change the Dodd-Frank script now - it is not too late for law,order, and Justice to prevail in the USA.

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