Dodd: Finance Reform – “No one knows how it will actually work”


This is about enough of all I need to know about this new monstrosity that the Dems are about to dump on us. What good thing is done in the dark of the night? How much thought could possibly go into this bill and the consequences thereof? Knock youself out and read the Washington Post piece. I have had enough of it.  November, please come soon.

“It’s a great moment. I’m proud to have been here,” said a teary-eyed Sen. Christopher J. Dodd (D-Conn.), who as chairman of the Senate Banking Committee led the effort in the Senate. “No one will know until this is actually in place how it works. But we believe we’ve done something that has been needed for a long time. It took a crisis to bring us to the point where we could actually get this job done.” Right, never let a crisis pass you by.

Read the sorry tale here at the Washington Post

3 Responses to “Dodd: Finance Reform – “No one knows how it will actually work””

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  3. KingShamus Says:

    At least Dodd is honest.

    [chortle/]

    Sorry, I couldn’t help but laugh.

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