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Wednesday, March 19, 2008



Well I guess I am a little baffled by your question. Why would the Fed not be the best agency? Keeping in mind the complexity of issues that surround consumer credit and the laws associated, extend their reach into more “bowls of soup” far beyond just the law aspect.

Call me crazy but, I think that everything the Fed sets out to accomplish is typically a success without reproach or denial (granted timeliness of execution is sometimes in question). Anyone who states otherwise would likely have an ego problem, thinking that their ideas or views are far better than those set forth by the Fed.

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