This bill will be killed long before it reaches the floor for a vote. If this bill defies the odds and passes, Obama will find a way to veto this
bill before it lands on his desk. It doesn't matter how big a corporation is, if the business fails, then the business fails. The Government has no
right to bail out any corporations. Doing so gives these big businesses an unfair advantage over those businesses that are not labeled "too big to
fail." What ever happened to Capitalism?
After the Great Depression regulations were put in place to prevent corporations from becoming "too big to fail." They worked. Since Reagan,
though, the regulations have been steadily and systematically removed until it has become the free-for-all that now exists.
It's just a matter of putting these regulations back in place.
It doesn't take a stroke of genius to see this but I have to hand it to Bernie Sanders for getting it all down to a couple of pages.
Soon as these "too big to fail" companies heard about this bill I'm sure MILLIONS of dollars were set aside to put their HUGE
lobbying powers in motion to "PERSUADE", oh, I mean lobby, (or shall we say, "pay off") Congress to kill this bill.
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