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November 21, 2012

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RD Legal Funding

This agency has been a thorn in the side of many who view it as illegitimate. Ever since its announcement, there has been a movement to end its charter, prevent appointments, and ruin its reputation. However the agency's enemies failed and this maybe a response to the people who have made it their goal to end the Consumer Financial agency.

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had to read the article twice...could not believe what i was reading ...these three organisations wanted to sue on the grounds that the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a Texas bank, the 60 Plus Association and three states were suing on the basis that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau...might cause them injury...note not has caused them injury but might....my goodness what is the world coming to...i am going to find a dark room and lie to till the world comes to its senses...better still last one on the planet turn of the lights on the way out....

Robert A

If, if was a fifth we all would be drunk

Jack

The above is an example of desperation. The translation of above "you are taking away our ability to screw our customers".
Want some cheese with that wine?

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