Skip to comments.Pelosi's investments questioned in CBS report
Posted on 11/12/2011 5:45:21 AM PST by radioone
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is the subject of a report on the stock investments of members of Congress that is to air Sunday on CBS' "60 Minutes."
The San Francisco Democrat and House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, were questioned separately at their weekly news conferences Nov. 3 by reporter Steve Kroft. Neither had granted Kroft's previous requests for interviews.
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Laws against insider trading - making stock bets based on information the public doesn't have - do not apply to Congress. Studies have shown that stock portfolios on Capitol Hill outperform the market. Legislation that would ban insider trading by members and staffers has languished.And we wonder why Congress is so corrupt. Allowing Congress to make its own rules/be exempt from laws is simply ludicrous.
Insider trading,it’s a congress and senate perk.But you go to jail for it.
Didn’t Nazi Pelosi’s net worth go up 60% over the past 3 years while everybody else was losing their homes? Must be nice to receive that much graft.
Pray for America
Must be a slow news day when they have to revert to asking a democRAT about some suspected activity.
I badly want an amendment that reads Congress can exempt itself from no law it passes.
Questioned thats it, move along, the answer they got is acceptable nothing to see here. Funny how rightious they become and indignant that they should even be thought of as someone who would do dispicable things like this. My wish is to see her in irons
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