MITT DOLEWATER.<quoted text>
yes ronald, we already know that the mitt romney you love is the one on the hidden video talking about how 47% of the electorate need to get a life....weve heard all this randian rhetoric before......luckily it is all tripe that has no bearing on the real world.
if repealing glass steigal was multiplier of the sub-prime crisis??? then we should probably reinstate it, as the next huge meltdown(which is imminent any old year now) would be multiplied again by these wall st. bankers and their casino bahavior.
im not for nationalizing the banks.....but better citizen oversight is needed.....
they have proven time and time again, that they cant be let alone to handle(responsibly) the world banking system.
Yes. I agree. If Romney is deserving of criticism for his " 47 % " estimation, that criticism is due only because his estimate is too low. Even if the minority of Americans who pay taxes wanted to keep carrying "the voting majority" around on their backs out of Christian charity, it is impossible for them to continue doing so. Those whom the political ruling class keep referring to as "the rich" are now broke.
I doubt Glass-Steagall can be "reinstated" but the banks should end being a slush-fund for the politicians and their gambling buddies. A good start would be to repeal Dodd-Frank. Already this enabling legislation has resulted in the banks tacking on all kinds of "service" charges, charges that prior to Dodd-Frank were provided gratis. Sorta' makes one wonder about the "reforms" the politicians are enacting to "help" consumers, doesn't it?
Incidentally, MITT DOLEWATER. All these "reforms" - including Clinton's strong-arming of banks to provide taxpayer guaranteed loans to unqualified borrowers that resulted in the Obama depression - were done all during times when Romney was not president.