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I'm Barack, trust me and don't read the fine print

It's not exactly about television, but...

Foreclosure There's a reason that English is the most widely spoken language on the planet: It's the most highly adaptable, capable of evolving to meet new needs in the blink of an eye. For example: Just last year, offering mortgages at a cheaper-than-market teaser interest rate with little or no money down was known as ''predatory lending.'' But conditions changed -- specifically, the party occupying the White House -- and now we call that style of lending "national policy.'' Read my full op-ed column in Tuesday's Miami Herald.


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