showme saidWell, one thing I can give her kudos for.
I've posted before - she was one of the most boring and uninspiring law school professors I had. I'm shocked at what she's become. And given her subject matter and supposed expertise, I find much of her populist anti-business sentiment pretty reprehensible. The CFPB in particular is an abomination. There is no other government agency with an authorizing statute that basically says, "go forth and regulate whatever you want to." It will not end well, IMO.
THANK YOU. One more guy who gets it.
She was a bankruptcy attorney. As such she knows perfectly well how "corporate personhood" works, yet she publicly rails against the term, playing on the ignorance of her audiences.
You're right about the CFPB (and the entire Wall Street Reform Act). Train wreck, an insult to the Rule of Law. VERY Soviet in its conception.
Although, to correct a statement, it must be noted that the PPACA also has odious provisions for arbitrary and capricious regulation, and for the formation of an indefinite number of committees, boards, panels, investigations, and ad hocs out the wazoo.