Hi foo1bar,Unless there was more verbage than what you stated, I think you're putting too much meaning into whether "loan officer" or "loan broker" was used.To 99% of the US those are interchangable terms.ie. "my neighbor is a loan broker at BofA" means the same as "my neighbor is a loan officer at BofA". She wasn't putting too much *meaning* into it... the specific meaning is there regardless if the majority of the public are unaware of the distinction.I think she was lending the President far too much assumption of intelligence in this regard... I do not believe *HE* understands the difference (and tragically the sponsors of Dodd/Frank have *explicitly* proven they fail at the distinction.)Dave DonhoffLeverage Planner
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