Eye-opening and a great interview. I respect Josh Fox for what he's doing. Keep up the good work!
"And it's a stand-and-be-counted moment. For the president, for all the other elected officials that are involved in this debate, I urge them, please, we are here to work with you, we want you to work with the people. And not with the fossil-fuel industries who had their way with so many at such great expense. These are human rights issues. These are issues of democracy, and that's what the new film speaks to." Well said Josh. Meanwhile there are a number of us trying to sit down with city council members to offer solutions in the form of robust and strict regulations that have been adopted by other communities. Many of these groups will be present at the screening. Please reach out to us and get involved so your voice can be heard!
It's great to see considerable space and time devoted to such an important issue. I expect we may fill the 1150 seats at Thursday's free screening at UCCS!
Dear Mayor Steve Bach,
Here is another opportunity for you to step up. You can heal a lot of public discontent by admitting mistakes that representatives of the City have made. I urge you to be a leader of all residents.
What a pitifully prejudicial piece of crap this hit piece was. How much credibility do you figure the extreme left-wing and now defunct ACORN has? They were run out of business in disgrace a few years back.
The loan referenced and described as "predatory" looked like a fairly decent consolidation loan. Can't speak to the insurance since not enough information was given.
There is such a thing as personal responsibility. Why don't all you bleeding heart liberals start your own business lending money? Feel free to lend to anyone you like. We'll see how long you remain in business.
I know, you all think it is your "right" to have everything handed to you. It just isn't "fair" that some people have more than you.
These stories are just awful. On one hand, some lenders are really predatory and use fraud to make money. On the other hand, I think that homeowners should be more cautions. A mortgage or a home loan is a serious financial commitment and you should make payments in time to stay in your home. Even 1 missed payment can impact the situation. Also it’s worth to choose the lender more carefully and to be more responsible about your loan. If you will understand that you have no money to proceed making payments in the right time then it will be easier to fix the problem and to avoid so frustrating consequences.
Brian from http://northenloans.ca/faxless-payday-loan…
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