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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLeRoy View Post
    Yeah, but this is a particularly HILARIOUS error, is it not? @TNVolunteer73 seems to think a law passed in 2010 somehow caused the economic and financial meltdown of 2008.

    I would just LOVE to see an explanation. In fact, I suspect I would CHERISH it.
    That is not what I said.. the law passed in 2009 not 10, DID NOT FIX the problem.. he only burried it in money Borrowed, and YOU WILL HAVE TO PAY BACK..

    The Bill in 2009, not 2010 you cannot even get that correct.

    What the bill did was take 1,700 billion dollars from working class nation wide, and gave it to his Donors.

    here is the list of his donors that gave 100s of 1000s in some cases over 1,000,000 to his campaign that received money that working people will have to repay.

    Goldman Sachs $1,034,615
    JPMorgan Chase & Co $847,895
    Citigroup Inc $755,057
    Sidley Austin LLP $606,260
    WilmerHale Llp $554,373
    UBS AG $534,166
    General Electric $532,031
    Morgan Stanley $528,182
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNVolunteer73 View Post
    That is not what I said.. the law passed in 2009 not 10, DID NOT FIX the problem.. he only burried it in money Borrowed, and YOU WILL HAVE TO PAY BACK..

    The Bill in 2009, not 2010 you cannot even get that correct.

    What the bill did was take 1,700 billion dollars from working class nation wide, and gave it to his Donors.

    here is the list of his donors that gave 100s of 1000s in some cases over 1,000,000 to his campaign that received money that working people will have to repay.

    Goldman Sachs $1,034,615
    JPMorgan Chase & Co $847,895
    Citigroup Inc $755,057
    Sidley Austin LLP $606,260
    WilmerHale Llp $554,373
    UBS AG $534,166
    General Electric $532,031
    Morgan Stanley $528,182
    Those are the same exact people that Trump has filled his administration from, 5 of his closest advisors and cabinet members are from Goldman Sachs. Trump just changed the sewage in the swamp, no drainage and that is a fact.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNVolunteer73 View Post
    That is not what I said.. the law passed in 2009 not 10, DID NOT FIX the problem.. he only burried it in money Borrowed, and YOU WILL HAVE TO PAY BACK..

    The Bill in 2009, not 2010 you cannot even get that correct.

    What the bill did was take 1,700 billion dollars from working class nation wide, and gave it to his Donors.

    here is the list of his donors that gave 100s of 1000s in some cases over 1,000,000 to his campaign that received money that working people will have to repay.

    Goldman Sachs $1,034,615
    JPMorgan Chase & Co $847,895
    Citigroup Inc $755,057
    Sidley Austin LLP $606,260
    WilmerHale Llp $554,373
    UBS AG $534,166
    General Electric $532,031
    Morgan Stanley $528,182
    Two points:

    (1) It is EXACTLY what you said, you oaf. In post #5, you wrote: "Dodd Frank did nothing to prevent what happened in 2008 where Franks' boyfriend at Fannie Mae help created bundled Mortgage Securities."

    (2) Dodd Frank was not signed into law until July 21, 2010, knucklehead. You can look that up virtually ANYWHERE. Do you NEVER tire of simply embarrassing yourself in public?
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    BigLeRoy it is nice to have you back posting. Your acumen was sorely missed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLeRoy View Post
    Two points:

    (1) It is EXACTLY what you said, you oaf. In post #5, you wrote: "Dodd Frank did nothing to prevent what happened in 2008 where Franks' boyfriend at Fannie Mae help created bundled Mortgage Securities."

    (2) Dodd Frank was not signed into law until July 21, 2010, knucklehead. You can look that up virtually ANYWHERE. Do you NEVER tire of simply embarrassing yourself in public?
    He never tires.
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    Democrats should behave more responsibly.

    Democrats should refrain from stooping to behaving as Republicans have done. Republican’s policy of obstruction was to hinder anything they feared would benefit to our nation if the benefit could possibly reflect favourably upon president Obama’s administration.
    Democrats should adjust to our Republican president and our congressional majority by best negotiating on behalf of our nation.

    The best that members of congress can do for the reputation of our government, our congress, their political parties, and themselves would be acting for the best interests of our nation.

    Respectfully, Supposn

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