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National Survey on Consumer Sentiment toward the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
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In his weekly presidential report card, pollster John Zogby finds that President Obama succeeded in avoiding the typical presidential "August blues" even as stocks detoured and his bid to win support for the Iran nuclear deal labored on.
We all can remember where we were and what we were doing when we heard about the planes flying into the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. For Americans of earlier eras, the same is true of the moment they learned about the attack on Pearl Harbor, the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt, and the horrible day in Dallas in 1963. These were defining, even epochal moments in our history. But in many ways the physical, political and psychological damage caused by Hurricane Katrina has had even more lasting damage.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is certainly qualified to be President of the United States. While there have been some failures along the way (health care reform), malapropos ("Bill and I were broke when we left the White House"), awkward moments (remember the Yankees baseball cap and the Jewish grandmother?), and so on, none of these represent an automatic disqualifier to her running for the nation's highest office. There have been scandals alleged, too. Only the reporters (some anyway) who covered Whitewater can try to explain what it was all about. I am not sure where Benghazi and the emails investigations will lead, but there is no question that she has handled her responses to them poorly.