Thursday, February 27, 2020

Did You Know Thursday


Did you know, Elizabeth Warren proposed the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to protect American consumers? She proposed it in 2007 and it was passed in 2010 in response to the 2007-08 financial crisis. It’s priorities: student debt, mortgages, and credit cards.

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32 comments:

  1. A HUGE hooray for a ethical politician (an increasingly rare breed).

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  2. No, I didn't know! Thanks, have a great day, hugs, Valerie

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    1. YOU have a great day also, Val.
      Hugs received and returned.

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  3. Interesting , I didn't know about it, fun pic with a cute bird! Have a lovely day, greetings from Poland ☺

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  4. All of which are out of control as people overspent.

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    1. It happens when people don't have money to buy a home or put themselves through school and when the loans are deferred the interest keeps building adding thousands and thousands upon what is already owed.

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    2. Of course, overspending happens at any level, whether rich or poor.

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  5. It was such a great concept and program. And then, the ax, more or less...

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  6. 18 cents anda sack oh friez sayz that gooze doez knot noe jack soundz like spit ~~~~~~~~~

    :) ♥♥♥

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  7. Thanks for sharing. I got a hold of a copy of A Warning/Anonymous book. Well we also have CNN.

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    1. Let me know what you think of the book.
      CNN and coffee every morning for me:)

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    1. Considering you're in Australia it would have been amazing if you did know it. Though, you are pretty amazing:)

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  9. Geez...I just assumed you had this long ago like we do. Maybe she learned from us and realized what a great idea it is and was sound enough to push it through. Good for her!

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    1. Canada is so ahead of us on social welfare.
      And maybe she did at that:)

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