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Former FTC Head Says CFPB Poses 'Mortal Threat'


The Federal Trade Commission faces a "mortal threat" from the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, former FTC chairman Timothy Muris said during a panel discussion today.

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    Well, so the FTC is afraid because the CFPB is doing a good job. Criticizing the CFPB to bring it down will not lift the FTC up. We learn that in kindergarten.

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    Thanks for the "be very afraid" heads up. Maybe we can all wear garlic garlands and crosses to ward off the CFPB.Eek! Vampires. Werewolves!! Eeeeekkk!!!

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