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Colbert: Elizabeth Warren Is No Oprah

posted by Bob Lawless

Stephen Colbert last night opining that "a huge budget and no constraint on authority" should be reserved only for Oprah Winfrey here, including an interview with Barney Frank on why Warren is the best pick.


YES! That was sooooo funny!

That was so funny. Since I started the debtors revolt when Ann Minch was still a toddler, I hate credit card companies as does Elizabeth Warren. However without the ability to cap the greed, it is a losing battle.

Of course, the senate failure to cap usury, which was not lost on me, gives all people everywhere the absolute moral right to walk away from credit cards if they don't have a strategic reason to keep their credit score intact. :)

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