Nov. 1, 2004


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  • doesn't name names as to who appointed whom, but it looks like there is plenty of stuff on everybody's shovel.
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  • Bucky S. is one of the credit union industry's most thoughtful people. Even when I don't agree with him, I am very interested in his opinion. Because of his own past involvement with NCUA, his insights should carry some weight.
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  • Bucky is right on! Credit union professionals often don't recognize the importance that an NCUA Board choice can have on the movement.
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  • This is an interesting summary even if General Nickerson escaped scrutiny. Bucky did a good job of supporting his thesis. But a little more risk taking in pointing out specific races would have added a little more grist for the mill. Gee, I never thought I would say Bucky was a little too nonconfrontational.
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  • Great to see someone who is not afraid to really say what they think and we can understand what they said.
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  • Credit unions should stick to their knitting and only focus narrowly on what is in credit unions' interests. Temptation to become political on other issues should be resisted.
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  • Point well taken but it would have been nice to expand the content a little and let us have a glimpse of where Bush and Kerry stand on Credit unions. I know I can get that information from other sources, but it would have been a logical fit in the article and could have been stated without an endorsement.
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  • Great points and perspective. The entire article would have made it surperb.
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