Because “The Half-Assed Deal” Didn’t Poll So Well

By: Friday July 23, 2010 6:00 pm

In one of the most hilarious history fails I’ve ever seen, Nancy Pelosi actually compares the financial reform bill to the New Deal:

[This week's Wall Street-reform legislation has] the boldness and enthusiasm of the New Deal but with less government.


Money for Nothing? Wall Street Punishes Dems for Appearing to Tackle Financial Regulation

By: Tuesday July 6, 2010 4:40 pm

If you are upset that the new financial reform bill is too weak, does not fundamentally change a broken system and will not prevent another meltdown, perhaps you should take a look at this: Wall Street is unhappy that Democrats have been slightly mean to them, so it has closed its huge campaign-donation spigot.

Sanders, Feingold, DeMint, Brownback Oppose Dodd, Support “Audit the Fed”

By: Tuesday April 27, 2010 11:45 am

Ryan Grim reports that a bipartisan group of Senators is backing an amendment that will restore the Grayson-Paul “audit the fed” language to the Senate Financial Reform bill after Chris Dodd gutted it.

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