Sunday, October 10, 2010

Talk About Misleading Headlines!

Here's the content:

[Speaking of the stoppage of foreclosures:] "It is a serious problem," said David Axelrod, who contended that the flawed paperwork is hurting the nation's housing market as well as lending institutions. But he added, "I'm not sure about a national moratorium because there are in fact valid foreclosures that probably should go forward" because their documents are accurate.
Axelrod said the administration is pressing lenders to accelerate their reviews of foreclosures to determine which ones have flawed documentation.
"Our hope is this moves rapidly and that this gets unwound very, very quickly," he said.
...President Barack Obama vetoed a bill last week that would have made it easier for banks to approve foreclosure documents, which the White House said could hurt consumers.
So what was the Huffington Post headline linking to that article?

Since when does "I'm not sure" equal "NO NEED"?

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