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Why are democrats helping GOP to roll back 2008 banking regulations?

So many brush fires.....so little time. I just don't get it.

The Senate is preparing to scale back the sweeping banking regulations passed after the 2008 financial crisis, with more than a dozen Democrats ready to give Republicans the votes they need to weaken one of President Barack Obamaís largest legislative achievements.
Congressís appetite for pulling back bank regulations shows the renewed clout of the financial sector in Washington, not just in the GOP but also among Democrats. Eight years after nearly every Senate Democrat backed a sweeping set of new rules for financial firms large and small, the party is now split, with moderates, several of them facing tough midterm election contests, working with the opposing party.


I would donate to those folks who project images and words on the D.C. trump hotel,

if they would project the 11 second video of yesterday's shooting on the home of every NRA supported elected coward.

Or maybe play that video at beginning of each session after the pledge of allegience.
Or maybe play that video after the national anthem at each and every event.

Weeping and sniveling out loud. Michele Obama doing it to me. Reveals the hard truth

of the horrible times we live in....

So when Comey deep sixes HRC 10 days before the election, it's no wonder that

Trump thinks Comey is on his side...and right after the Flynn blowup...invites Comey to dinner in essence to ask for Comey to go easy on Flynn because in his mind...Hillary.

White House voice mail Hatch Act violation?

The paragraph is from the Hatch Act, please read the first line to see if you agree the voice mail violates it.

"Partisan political activities are those activities directed at the success or failure of a political party, candidate for partisan political office, or partisan political group. While most Federal employees are permitted to take an active part in partisan political management and partisan political campaigns, the Hatch Act does prohibit certain participation by all Federal employees. Federal employees may not seek public office in partisan elections, use their official title or authority when engaging in political activity, solicit or receive contributions for partisan political candidates or groups, and engage in political activity while on duty."

So,if White House phone system is Federally funded, is using the system voice mail

for political purposes against Federal law?

Dems! Stay in DC this week-end and hold a presser, en mass, on the steps

of the Capital, jackets off, sleeves rolled up. The rats will be gone leaving the gov to shut down, but the Dems stayed on the ship of state ready to work for the American people.

Did Citizen's United pave the way for Russia to launder money via NRA

and other possible shadow corporations to interfere with the election?

Sorry to say, that your outrage is meaningless unless

you vote.

It's outrageous that we stay away from the voting booth in stunningly high numbers.

Please vote.
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