Tag Archives: Scott Brown

Brown’s No on DISCLOSE Act could mean its end

Scott Brown has taken a lot of heat lately over his support for the Frank-Dodd Federal Reserve Empowerment Act… or whatever it’s formal name is.  Rightfully so.  That bill stinks and Scott Brown is completely wrong. There is another bill coming before the Senate, the “DISCLOSE Act,” where a pending “NO” vote from Scott Brown would definitely be right, and…

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Dodd-Frank Financial Reform Bill-In a word: “Chutzpah”

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) I am dismayed by Senator Brown’s articulated support of the Dodd-Frank Bill. This bill represents not only “government overreach” but also excessive regulation and a complete lack of “transparency”.  We can do better, we must do better. “Chutzpah” is the best way to describe a financial regulatory bill which does not address…

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Over 90% of economists agree that Dodd-Frank will decrease the availble credit in the marketplace

Last week Senator Judd Gregg (R-NH) released a statement regarding the Blue Chip Ecomoic Indicators report.  Here is the statement: U.S. Senator Judd Gregg (R-NH), a member of the Senate Banking Committee, today issued the following statement regarding the July Blue Chip Economic Indicators report citing that 92.7% of the economists surveyed by Blue Chip believe the financial regulatory…

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Not to worry

This is hard to believe, but I’m listening to Scott Brown responding to questions on Jay Severin’s show, including one about concerns that Geitner is being given too much power.  Scott was reassuring, said “we will have a technical corrections bill”

What????  Why don’t they just get the original bill right?

Trust me, I’m from the government and I’ll eventually…

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