Republican House of No

August 24, 2011

The Republican House of No

After the worst national financial crisis in eighty years, why can’t we reform Wall Street? The Republican House of Representatives says no.  After the worst mortgage fraud catastrophe in American history, why aren’t reforming the way banks handle housing loans?  The Republican House says no.  After a ten-trillion dollar debt created by two unpaid foreign wars, an unpaid drug program, the Bush tax cut, and a bail out of U.S. banks and financial institutions, why aren’t we balancing the national debt by ending the revenue giveaway to rich corporations raking in record profits?  The Republican House says no.  By saying no to national health reform the Republicans are burdening small businesses with the highest health care costs in the world in return for third-world services.  By the saying no to reforming Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Republican House are encouraging bankers to continue to offer fraudulent loan contracts. Reform legislation begins in the U.S. House of Representatives, but Republicans who control the House, have said no to every proposed reform. As long as House Republicans vote No the people’s business will never get done. Republicans believe that the best way to keep the national economic crisis from getting better is to vote No. The reason the economy continues to struggle with the Great Recession–the longest of all U.S. economic recessions—is because the Republicans would rather that the nation fail than to lose political power to the Democrats. For the sake of political power, the do-nothing 112th U.S. Congress will be forever known in the history books as The Republican House of No. Richard Dorsey, Hacienda Heights

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