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A gifting gaffe
But the long stretch on the run-up to Pennsylvania had left both Mr. Gibson and Mr. Stephanopoulos searching for traction — and a little personal brand building — by taking down Mr. The No.
If any two people on the stage at the ABC presidential debate at Constitution Hall last Wednesday were out-of-touch elitists, it was the people asking the questions, not the people answering them. Instead, it was debunked sniper fire and the taint of radical chic. For many viewers, including me, it was a disgusting spectacle, a tableau that etched not the bankruptcy of politics but of the people covering it. It might have had ratings value — But the question remains: will the pursuit of misdemeanor errors in a time full of them lead to a real mistake when it comes to what actually matters?
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For those unfamiliar with federalese, REO stands for "real estate owned. Asked by Porter about such homes—"do you know what an REO is?
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It was not his only stumble yesterday, with Carson appearing alternately clueless and contentious throughout the hearing. OH, REO! Thanks, RepKatiePorter. Enjoying a few post-hearing snacks. Sending some your way!
But perhaps the gaffe doesn't speak as ill of the doc-turned-housing-policy-head as it may seem. An REO means a foreclosed home repossessed by the bank. Just say that, it's clear and accessible to anyone reading. Roe v.