Skip to comments.A Development That Should Have Wall Street Terrified
Posted on 06/15/2014 10:32:22 AM PDT by PoloSec
Wall Street lost a close friend this week.
As BI's Linette Lopez explained on Wednesday, the defeat of Eric Cantor, to primary opponent Dave Brat, meant that one of Wall Street's most reliable allies within the GOP was gone. And not just gone, but replaced by a candidate who specifically made being anti-Wall Street part of his campaign.
The New Yorker's Ryan Lizza went as far as to describe Dave Brat the Elizabeth Warren of the right. On the trail, Bratt lamented the fact that no Wall Street bankers went to jail for the crisis of 2008.
But the story is bigger than just Cantor having close ties to the finance industry.
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“meant that one of Wall Street’s most reliable allies within the GOP was gone.”
Can we say Crony Capitalism or sucking on the government teat.
This Cantor was for Amnesty for illegals. The defeat of this moron Cantor stopped amnesty for now. that Amnesty would have allowed all 40 million illegals to become citizens and to bring in 100 million more of their family members from the 3rd world, from Mexico and other countries into the USA
The “Rockefellers” are upset the pillaging of the middle-class may not continue unabated.
How much power does a freshman congressman have...?
I very much doubt Wall Street is terrified...
They are dozens of other congress critters more than willing to sell their souls to Wall Street...
Isn’t this going on anyhow with all the children pouring in? Please explain the difference. Obama has a pen and I think that no matter who is in congress they won’t/ can’t stop him from doing whatever the hell he feels like doing.
where are even calls for such protests from our so called conservative leaders, Rush, savage , levin, Beck, Palin, fox news, etc. etc. etc? NOWHERE
The Banking Crisis was not the sole creation of “Bankers”. Congress critters are as much if not more guilty.
Dave Brat is not replacing Eric Cantors position
of power. Only his district position.
What a bunch of BS. Government and mainly Congress are the cause of all our problems. Corrupt incompetent, selfish and greedy politicians determine the how the game is to be played and then the rest of the nation tries to figure out how to protect itself. Where does that lead us, to be just a corrupt and greedy and selfish as the politicians. And the nation goes deeper and deeper into an evil cesspool.
The Banking Crisis was not the sole creation of Bankers. Congress critters are as much if not more guilty.”
The banking crisis was caused because of the dims quest to have everyone own a home, even if they had no job. Bankers were not allowed to ask about employment, only income. So welfare queens with five kids could qualify. And the bankers were ordered to provide a certain amount of loans to the low income in order to make any loans at all So they
were caught between a rock and a hard place. Either make crappy loans or make no loans at all.
Hey Dave, I hear ya. Pissed me off too. And still does. Fancy bankers and other corporate elites that break the law should go to jail. Just that simple. Jail give people pause whereas fines are just a joke.
The Wall Street and Main Street factions of the Republican Party have been at war since the days when Robert A. Taft and Wendell Willkie were squaring off. Looks like the Main Street faction finally scored a big win.
So how does that explain the bankers still getting millions of dollars in bonuses while hard working, responsible US citizens who want to accumulate savings to secure their futures can’t even get a measly 1% interest on savings?
Dave Brat the “Elizabeth Warren of the right”?????
Sorry, Brat has an actual brain. As abysmal as the establishment GOP has become, there couldn’t possibly be an Elizabeth Warren of the right.
No Bankers were charged because Eric Holder made the statement that the bankers broke no laws,that’s why there were not charged.
That makes sense because they did exactly what the government told them to do,give mortgages to people who could not afford them,the banks knew they were crap loans and so they insured themselves against losses on the crap loans and insurance companies,insuring the crap loans knew they were crap,so they insured themselves against the losses to come,then they bundled these crap loans into bonds rated triple A sold them all over the world.
So you had trillions tied up in crap,Gas went to 4.00 a gallon,adjustable rate mortgage rates went up,people holding these crap mortgages who could not afford them in the first place,now could not pay them at all,the whole ball of crap collapsed,now the banks get bailed out by responsible people paying off the banks with no interest on anything while the banks get loans at 0 interest and the insurance companies get bailed out by the tax payers.
And Bratt is concerned about no one in the banks being charged,he better get better educated on this one or he will just be another hack,he has now just joined the criminal enterprise that caused the freaking mess
Is Dave Brat falsely claiming to be an American Indian?
Did he spend 10 years practicing law in MASS without a license?
Then he’s NOT the ‘Elizabeth Warren’ of the Right.
Wall Street created its own demise when it decided to set up our economy as Wall Street vs. The People. They sold out to the FedGov and are actively promoting Fascism which is total cooperation between industry and government with the people used as pawns. The trading of securities in the modern era is just a fraudulent way of fleecing the people through government theft of the people’s money and laundering through a trading floor.
And, in doing so, they were following the example of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac -- who invented the mortgage bundles in order to sell them to investors, thereby raising more money to buy more sub-prime mortgages.
Sure, the banks and mortgage companies were accomplices in the sub-prime mortgage scam. But they were coerced into the fraud by the government, who also demonstrated to them how to escape liability. Until you ran out of other people's money...