The House Financial Services Committee, chaired by Barney Frank, wants to keep the American people in the dark about threats to our financial system.
Draft versions of the bill originally had called for the proposed overseer of threats to the entire financial system to prepare an annual report to Congress describing, among other things, “significant financial market developments and potential emerging threats to the stability of the financial system.” Meeks’ amendment deleted that language, thereby ensuring that Congress — and by extension the American people — will not be informed when and if our financial system is in danger.
The amendment was unanimously approved by a voice vote in the Financial Services Committee.
These are some “representatives,” aren’t they? And…didn’t Obama promise us “transparency” of government?
To read the article on this, go HERE.