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Re: “Refund loans target the poor

On Wednesday, October 14, 2008, the third and final U.S. Presidential Debate took place in Hempstead, New York. Illinois Senator Barack Obama came into the debate with an eight-point lead, according to an average of national polls as compiled by CNN. It seemed like Obama was content with that margin. Arizona Senator John McCain took advantage of Obamas complacency and challenged his policies, judgment and qualities of character. When Obama criticized the economic policies of the Bush Administration, McCain quickly retorted by saying he is not President Bush. McCain stated that, as president, he would enact an across the board spending freeze in all government programs. On the contrary, Obamas stance sounded more conservative; Obama proposed to go through the federal budget page by page, line by line in order to terminate programs that arent working as they should. Both candidates believe their economic plans will implement much needed change in a broken America, but will their plans leave consumers with the right to choose whether or not theyll have access to payday loans? That remains to be seen. Americans live in the land of the free, and special interest groups (i.e. banks and credit unions) should not be able to steal our liberties. Post Courtesy of Personal Money Store Professional Blogging Team Feed Back: 1-866-641-3406 Home: Blog:

Posted by paydayloanadvocate on 10/22/2008 at 4:28 AM

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