One would think The New York Times might attempt to hide its disdain for personal responsibility and free market capitalism. But it does not.
Opening two paragraphs:
“Udean Murray, a 62-year-old retired telephone operator in Brooklyn, relies on more than a dozen credit cards to make ends meet. Her prescription medication often goes on a Capital One card. She pays for groceries with one from Discover Financial Services.
“That’s a risky financial strategy for Ms. Murray, whose only income is Social Security and who struggles each month to make the minimum payments on all her cards.
“But it has been a boon for the nation’s biggest banks, which are earning millions of dollars a month on their credit card customers.”