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July 12, 2012

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Robert

"...uncertainty about future enforcement at the agency"
Does this mean that these scumbag criminals will begin to act ethically and legally for the first time? If so the CFPB is a success!

Darren McKinney

Considering the overtly political nature of this anti-capitalist administration's regulatory enforcement actions generally, we should look for an October surprise from the CFPB designed to win votes from radical redistributionists and others who are unprepared or unwilling to compete in our 21st century global economy.

The CFPB's target will likely be a large bank or oil company. Even if such a case is likely to fall apart eventually under scrutiny by the courts, breathless headlines and fawning cable coverage in the weeks before Election Day will invariably paint the administration as one of valiant crusaders for the little guy.

Remember, you read it here first.

lisa

We are still awaiting a resolution to our complaint filed in January. I have been wondering why there have not been any enforcement actions.
I check everyday to see what actions have occurred.

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