Wall Street begins to battle more regulation

Read this – very important information.

Justice League

When is the media going to interview William Black and Bank Whistleblowers United ??

NY Post:

The political establishment is marshaling forces for a smackdown of Wall Street corruption.

The financial elite is fretting over an apocalyptic future of more regulation, more taxes, more fees (and less profit). Meanwhile, to tough-talking, reform-minded presidential candidates, nothing is off the table — from jail time for bankers to the dismemberment of their “too big to fail” banks.

And the rhetoric is not confined to the campaign trail.

“We need to control fraud and those who loot the company for their own personal enrichment,” William Black, an associate professor of economics and law at the University of Missouri, said in Washington recently, calling on the US presidential candidates to get tough on Wall Street. “Our system of checks and balances is a fake,” added Black, a whistleblower who helped expose the Keating Five savings and…

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One thought on “Wall Street begins to battle more regulation

  1. Ginny:

    What have you been drinking?

    Once the election is over, it will be business as usual for Wall Street on Pennsylvania Avenue unless Bernie is elected President which would be a miracle.

    Gary

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