Friday, June 20, 2008
It's Not Like Mortgages are a Common Thing at Country Clubs
Sure, it's important to find out whether there is the appearance of influence peddling among mortgage lenders and the U.S. Senate, but are we really surprised to find out that wealthy men and women have no need of mortgages? Like Nashville Realtors, I would bet that mortgage lenders come up with other creative means of maintaining their competitive advantage, even if that advantage involves some dubious lobbying tactics.
Posted by S-townMike at 6/20/2008 07:10:00 AM
Labels: Crisis, Ethics, Lobbyists, Market Values, U.S. Senate
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