Want to put an end to the big banks’ self-serving myth of “too big to fail?” Support Elizabeth Warren’s push to revitalize the way banks and financial institutions are structured, a la Glass-Steagall.
And don’t be fooled by the bank shills who will be running in circles yelling ridiculous things like “the sky is falling” and “regulation will cost too much” and “limiting the size of banks will harm the economy.” The only thing that will be harmed will be the bonuses of the billionaire bank executives.
- Sen. Elizabeth Warren seeks to revive Glass-Steagall bank limits
- Elizabeth Warren and John McCain want Glass-Steagall back. Should you?
- Elizabeth Warren Hits Big Banks Where It Hurts, New Bill Would Restore Glass-Steagall
Have to say I was
stunned pleasantly surprised to see John McCain’s name on the bill. After he did damn-all to help Arizonans weather the foreclosure crisis – and considering securities and investment companies were among his top campaign contributors – it’s pretty amazing. (Wanna bet it means he’s not going to be needing their big bucks again. Chasing legacy instead of campaign $$.)