Dodd to offer his financial regulation bill without GOP support

Mar 11, 2010 Full story: Argus Leader 31

Unable to muster bipartisan agreement on key banking provisions, Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd said today he will offer his own version of a sweeping overhaul of financial regulations without Republican support.

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nofan

Celina, OH

#1 Mar 11, 2010
How much more job killing legislation are we going to get outta these liberal machines. Like we could trust anything they put out there....
hopeandfaith

United States

#2 Mar 11, 2010
Until Dodd hides under a rock and develops some sense of shame for what he has done to these United States, he is not be be listened to. Am I an embittered American to what Dodd and Frank and Pelosi and Reid have done to our country. You bet I am.
Tony

Lutz, FL

#3 Mar 11, 2010
hopeandfaith wrote:
Until Dodd hides under a rock and develops some sense of shame for what he has done to these United States, he is not be be listened to. Am I an embittered American to what Dodd and Frank and Pelosi and Reid have done to our country. You bet I am.
Yep, these POS were in charge and allowed the country to go down the chitter.....

so, now we are supposed to think they know how to get the country out of the chitter without any input from anyone.....

Term limits is the only answer to cleaning up congress.

“Open your eyes”

Since: Sep 09

Central Florida

#4 Mar 11, 2010
Just like I said when Dodd came out and stated that he was not going to run for re-election. Geithner is going to get fired. More and more come out every day about the money laundering from the treasury through AIG to the international banks of Germany, France and England. And then here will come Dodd as the treasury secretary. This new bill he wants without GOP help will be his catalyst to teh job and the government take over of all aspects of industry and banking.

The sad thing is, you can see this crap coming from miles away. Their setting it up.

FTR

“Community Liar-in-Chief”

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#5 Mar 11, 2010
Tony wrote:
<quoted text>Term limits is the only answer to cleaning up congress.
I agree regarding the need for term limits, but I'd take it even further, such as, eliminating eligibility for full retirement after serving just one term!
Shady Lady

United States

#6 Mar 11, 2010
Dodd cannot be truasted to offer any legislation. He has that Tipsy Teddy malady. That is where we get all this bad legislation. It is from Drunken Legislators. Next time they have a press conference look at them. Their faces have the same appearance you see from walking down any city street where the Homeless drunks hang out. When you take the Metro you have to walk through them on the way to the station. They all look like Democrats in Congress

“Dow hit 18,000 first time ever”

Since: Jun 07

Obama economics at work.

#7 Mar 11, 2010
Trust me, anything that is good for America wonít be supported by the GOP.
Oh My

United States

#8 Mar 11, 2010
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
Trust me, anything that is good for America wonít be supported by the GOP.
Trust me, if it is from a demowhore it is not good for America.

Swish away lemming boy.

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#10 Mar 11, 2010
FTR wrote:
<quoted text>I agree regarding the need for term limits, but I'd take it even further, such as, eliminating eligibility for full retirement after serving just one term!
ZAP-ZOOM AND KA-BOOM

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#11 Mar 11, 2010
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
Trust me, anything that is good for America wonít be supported by the GOP.
TIMMMMMMMMMMMMMM-BERRRRRRRRRRR RRRRRRRR

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Since: May 08

Pompano Beach, FL

#12 Mar 11, 2010
Oh My wrote:
<quoted text>
Trust me, if it is from a demowhore it is not good for America.
Swish away lemming boy.
You are relentless in posting this biting commentary, aren't you?

I thought you had a real job. How do you make time for all this wit you share with us?
Mothra

Seattle, WA

#13 Mar 11, 2010
"A month of talks between Dodd and Republican Sen. Bob Corker found some common ground but failed to yield agreement on consumer protections and other sticking points."

So instead of producing bipartisan legislation for the good of the country, Dodd is going it alone ... to make good on an Obama campaign promise.

Hmmm... where else have we seen that same attitude?
Oh My

United States

#14 Mar 11, 2010
seazen wrote:
<quoted text>
You are relentless in posting this biting commentary, aren't you?
I thought you had a real job. How do you make time for all this wit you share with us?
Multitasking son, M-U-L-T-I-T-A-S-K-I-N-G
PooPoo Platter

Geneva, IL

#15 Mar 11, 2010
seazen wrote:
<quoted text>
You are relentless in posting this biting commentary, aren't you?
I thought you had a real job. How do you make time for all this wit you share with us?
LOL!!! He gets free time in the nut house.

Apparently access to the web too...
jimmy the geek

Odessa, FL

#16 Mar 11, 2010
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
Trust me, anything that is good for America wonít be supported by the GOP.
hey idiot miss patty, dodd is the moron that assisted barnyard franks in corruptness that caused the financial disaster in the first place!

presidunce obama & the democraps are not trusted at all by America anymore - everyone knows dodd & his corrupt socialist-democraps are LIARS & scam artists - kinda like you!

America & the Republicans should not support or believe anything odumba and his dumbocrats try to sneak through!

Since: May 08

Deltona Fla

#18 Mar 11, 2010
jimmy the geek wrote:
<quoted text>hey idiot miss patty, dodd is the moron that assisted barnyard franks in corruptness that caused the financial disaster in the first place!
presidunce obama & the democraps are not trusted at all by America anymore - everyone knows dodd & his corrupt socialist-democraps are LIARS & scam artists - kinda like you!
America & the Republicans should not support or believe anything odumba and his dumbocrats try to sneak through!
What is it, a slow night in Geek city. To wet and nasty out so they sent you home early from the side show ? Now you have nothing to do but sit here screaming that same old lame ass stuff about Dodd single handedly causing the entire economic meltdown. Arenít you suppose to be practicing bighting buzzards or something.
fox

Holly Springs, NC

#19 Mar 11, 2010
Kahoki wrote:
Just like I said when Dodd came out and stated that he was not going to run for re-election. Geithner is going to get fired. More and more come out every day about the money laundering from the treasury through AIG to the international banks of Germany, France and England. And then here will come Dodd as the treasury secretary. This new bill he wants without GOP help will be his catalyst to teh job and the government take over of all aspects of industry and banking.
The sad thing is, you can see this crap coming from miles away. Their setting it up.
You are right too many foxes guarding
the hen houses!!!!!!!!!!
Gunner

Colchester, CT

#20 Mar 11, 2010
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
Trust me, anything that is good for America wonít be supported by the GOP.
Only a clueless moron would make the ignorant generalizations you do.

Any real Marine would acknowledge that countless members of the GOP/Republicans/conservative party have not only served this country honorably, they have made the greatest sacrifice and died doing so.

“"I'm A Great American!"”

Since: Sep 08

Obama Nation! USA! USA!

#21 Mar 11, 2010
If Republicans are serious about bringing about the needed overhaul of financial regulations, they can do business with the majority in good faith.

If they persist in being the Party of No, they can be left out and they can explain why the big banks and Wall Street can continue to run amok after the near meltdown of 2008.
Gunner

Colchester, CT

#22 Mar 11, 2010
PooPoo Platter wrote:
If Republicans are serious about bringing about the needed overhaul of financial regulations, they can do business with the majority in good faith.
If they persist in being the Party of No, they can be left out and they can explain why the big banks and Wall Street can continue to run amok after the near meltdown of 2008.
Or they can simply ask Obama for advice.

"Obama's Big Sellout"

The president has packed his economic team with Wall Street insiders intent on turning the bailout into an all-out giveaway.

www.rollingstone.com/politics/story/31234647/...

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