Don’t forget, he promised to report back to the American people all the details of the attack in Benghazi. When he gets them. Maybe. Whenever. But after a day of the most horrifying revelations, his Saturday radio address dealt with, um, credit protection.
President Obama on Saturday plugged a new initiative to give consumers increased protections from credit agencies.
In his next-to-last weekly address before Election Day, Obama also emphasized the broader work of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the government outfit created by the 2010 Wall Street reform law that is now charged with the credit agency efforts.
In the latest addition to its responsibilities, the CFPB announced this week that consumers would be able to turn to the bureau if they had an issue with their credit report.
Focused like a laser on the important stuff.
Meanwhile, all of a sudden he’s figured out that government doesn’t create jobs. Um, OK.
“I believe that the free market is one of the greatest forces for progress in human history, and that the true engine of job creation in this country is the private sector, not the government,” Obama said in the weekly address.
But you didn’t build that.
This jerk needs to be impeached, says Roger L. Simon. Who can disagree anymore?