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Re: If arabs did to us what wall street and the Republicans did, we'd attack them


Biff Apr 25, 2012 6:50 PM
Posted in group: Political Forum
It was from that communist source Fox 21 ...the Colorado Connection...actually it's an AP story picked up by many sources
 
http://www.coloradoconnection.com/news/story.aspx?list=~%5Cnews%5Clists%5Crecent&id=486237
On Wednesday, April 25, 2012 8:28:26 PM UTC-5, Kamakazee wrote:
I'd love to see the link to this one biffany, it drips in libbie-speak.
 
Post it please?
On Wednesday, April 25, 2012 7:45:58 PM UTC-5, Biff wrote:
If Obama shared the bed ....the repugs sleep on floor and are sodomized by the banksters at will...frequently and with vigor.
 
Barack Obama Signs Sweeping Wall Street Reform Bill
 

WASHINGTON — Reveling over a new milestone in his presidency, a triumphant Barack Obama on Wednesday signed into law the most sweeping overhaul of lending and high-finance rules since the Great Depression, adding safeguards for millions of consumers and aiming to restrain Wall Street excesses that could set off a new recession.

The president's signing ceremony capped nearly two years of intense and partisan debate over how to avoid a recurrence of the 2008 financial meltdown that buckled the U.S. economy and left sharp, lasting imprints on the nation's politics and in Americans' homes.

"Because of this law, the American people will never be asked again to foot the bill for Wall Street's mistakes," Obama said.

In a heated midterm election season that has dented his public support, Obama sought to put the complex law in pocketbook terms. Emphasizing provisions that guard borrowers from abusive lenders, he claimed "the strongest financial protections for consumers in the nation's history."

Not everyone agreed. Republicans portrayed the bill as a burden on small banks and the businesses that rely on them and argued that it will cost consumers and impede job growth.

Rep. Mike Pence of Indiana, a member of the House GOP leadership, on Wednesday joined House Minority Leader John Boehner of Ohio in calling for the law's repeal.

The law, passed despite nearly unanimous Republican opposition, attempts to catch up to a financial system that has sped ahead of outdated regulation and slackened rules that allowed banks, traders and others to take increased risks.


On Wednesday, April 25, 2012 6:09:00 AM UTC-5, Irie wrote:
damn the fact that barry shared beds with the street.....right?

On Wednesday, April 25, 2012 12:05:35 AM UTC-5, euwe wrote:
..fuckers.