Skip to comments.Votes in doubt as Sen. Harry Reid sets Monday Wall Street showdown
Posted on 04/23/2010 4:03:05 AM PDT by blueyon
The Senate has scheduled a showdown early next week on Wall Street reform, and lawmakers familiar with negotiations say a deal is unlikely by then.
Democrats have set a 5 p.m. vote for Monday to begin consideration of the bill, giving negotiators only four more days to reach a deal on a document exceeding 1,400 pages.
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As the great Levin explained on last nights show, this bill is basically a government take over of the financial institutions.
there is fire everywhere with these idiots. Everything must be done immediately with them. Ram and jam is there motto!
We are going to jam it in November... right back up their collective commie a$$es!
Ready, fire, aim.
Democrat Senators may be having to choose between Obama’s Chicago gang and Wall Street contributors.
“everything” has to be done “right away” with the kenyan’s administration
1400 pages of junk and legalese in this bill,
if the democrats dont move fast, people might find out what’s in it
If democrats want it so bad, the taxpayers will get it real bad
Blankfein [Goldman CEO] made the most of the time by chatting with elected officials and chatting up the Rev. Al Sharpton.
What in the world does Al Sharpton have to do with the US financial system?
I’m cynical enough to think this bill will not pass and there is a reason for what they are doing. I’m thinking this is a scheme: talk the bill up and knock it down, make up plebs happy and defuse some of the voter anger in November.
I don’t care what the bill does, I am getting sick and tired of bills that are thousands of pages long.
Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2010, introduced by Democrat Senator Chris Dodd
CLICK HERE to read the actual 1,421 page bill.
BO and Reid and Pelosi do not care one whit what the people think. Such has been proven in the health care debate.
As Rush said, there is only one solution: we must defeat these bastards.
He is one of odumbos advisors.
it’ll pass, they have 59 votes and will bribe someone to vote yes. they always want to bring the drama up to make the “manchild” look good
I called my Senator...his staffer said he hasn’t made a statement on this...what the heck...they are going to have access to my checking account and credit card transactions and he has no statement.
giving negotiators only four more days to reach a deal on a document exceeding 1,400 pagesI'm pretty sure they didn't write 1,400 pages' worth in some earlier four day period.
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