What’s wrong with this statement, besides its content, namely government mixing politics with business?
As a flood of high-cost and reckless lending saturates our nation, Senator Richard Durbin (D-IL) took a crucial and targeted step to clean up abusive consumer lending yesterday by introducing a 36 percent cap on annual interest, a move that will save America’s working middle class billions of dollars.
Got it yet? OK, I’ll tell you: “reckless lending,” with “abusive . . . lending” a close second, should be “reckless borrowing,” with maybe “self-abusive borrowing a throw-in for good measure.
Dick Turban (as Limbaugh refers to him) wouldn’t know about that.
This is from his PR release, by the way.
From Reader D:
Sen. Turban: He’s an enabler if you are irresponsible and would like to be part of the permanent underclass receiving hand-outs.He’s a harsh judge if you are defenders of liberty and believe in personal responsibility.(His one talent: knowing how to turn a belch into a soundbyte on the 10 o’clock news.)