Beware of Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing Especially When Wrapped in Feel Good Mantra – El Paso News Organization

Beware of Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing Especially When Wrapped in Feel Good Mantra

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  1. John Conwell says:

    I agree that people in need of funds make decision to find those funds through whatever legal means possible… and some of those people may not qualify through conventional means… and I also feel that some of these lenders utilize predatory tactics… and some of the requirements and stipulations, seemingly protective also are restrictive…

    But it seems like a stretch to say that this could be used as a political tool… I just can’t connect the dots there…

  2. Carl Starr says:

    I am for the Poor but fought this ordinance, the city regulating everything is worse.
    I like the Freedom to ride a motorcycle without a helmet…we all choose our Freedom decisions and pay any price for that. KTSM reports the city now wants to create red light districts for payday lenders…ive always thought one purpose of the payday lender ordinance was to put the 30 or so Downtown payday loan shops out of biz, same with the panhandling ordinance and city wanting to relocate all the LA Express Buses, its all a attempt to make Downtown sexy, swank etc people in Italian suits etc instead of the disabled old “ol Mexican Man in the Cowboy Hat” of the Glass Beach study.

  3. Rotten Peppers says:

    I agree with you that there is an agenda to declare Segundo a blighted area and bulldoze it and turn it over to the Usual Suspects, who see it as an impediment to their downtown plans, The irony is, Segundo is the only place in this city that has a life, a beat. Compare El Paso Street to the dead dullness of the malls. Really, the city should capitalize on that and encourage street food vendors and such.

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