Re: Government Involvemen
t: Good or Bad?
09-27-2012 04:55 PM
CreditScholar wrote:+1. This attitude is a perfect example of why a lot of people can't stand GenY. When he grows up a bit more, he might actually understand how the world really works. Until then I wouldn't pay him much mind.
Seriously... Im not reading all of that.
Great job for getting off of topic.
Fact: CFPB is here to HELP people who don't understand financial products or get hoodwinked by GOVERNMENT or TAXPAYER bailed out institutions... Well, not only them lol.
CFPB= exactly what the name insinuates(sp)
That is not a fact, it is an opinion. Don't mix the 2 up.
From someone who DID read it and someone who actuallly has a degree in Finance and Econ AND has actually worked for a living in that field I can tell you that the points you are refusing to read are 100% spot on.
You can't complain about things getting off topic when you were right in the middle of it and then scream for someone to clean up your mess.
To me it's akin to the law student who knows EVERYTHING about the law. I use attorneys everyday in my job and can tell you that they are not afraid to admit when they don't know something about a specific code. I was trying to stay out of it until the screaming for help after starting a bunch of crap. Definitely shows an immense lack of maturity. Have to agree to the paying him no mind part. Off to coach the kid's soccer practie. Have a good night all.
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