Greed seems prominent this election

Commentary | October 14, 2010 | By John Burbank | Everett Herald

Moneytree says it provides a service for low-income residents. Some service - it sucks the money from the least fortunate among us. That's why Moneytree's branches are in low-income neighborhoods. You can't find a Moneytree in Mercer Island. But you can find the multimillion dollar mansion of Dennis Bassford, Moneytree's CEO, hidden in a private forest there. And he is putting that money to work to defeat Initiative 1098.

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