Take Action on Financial Regulatory Reform Legislation

Getting Involved

Understanding the Issues: Talking Points, Articles on Corruption


From Tea Party Patriots:

This Friday Senate Bill 3217, also known as the Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2010, introduced by Democrat Senator Chris Dodd of Connecticut, is scheduled to hit the floor of the US Senate where it must wait 72 hours before it comes up for a full vote.

CLICK HERE to read the actual 1,421 page bill.

1.  Please contact your own Senators first and voice your opposition to this bill.  If possible, physically go in person to the local home offices of your two Senators and speak to someone there who will take note of your opinion and pass it on.  If you’re not able to go in person, please call, email, and fax the offices of both Senators from your state. (Find Your Senators by State on the Senate Website)

2.  Call, email, and fax these 8 Republican Senators who are not yet 100% opposed to this bill:

Bob Bennett of Utah (202) 224-5444

Susan Collins of Maine (202) 224-2523

Christopher Bond of Missouri (202) 224-5721

Saxby Chambliss of Georgia (202) 224-3521

Bob Corker of Tennessee (202) 224-3344

John McCain of Arizona (202) 224-2235

Olympia Snowe of Maine (202) 224-5344

Scott Brown of Massachusetts (202) 224-4543

3.  Write Letters about this issue to your local paper for publication on or before Sunday.  Also leave comments on as many news blogs and websites related to this subject as you can find.

4.  Forward this message to as many people as you can and ask them to take these same 4 steps as soon as possible.  Use the full power of your circle of influence to move others (at least 1 more person) to take action.

Understanding the Issues

Talking Points on The Consumer Financial Protection Agency (CFPA):

From StopTheCFPA.com

Exposing Corruption:

Please check out our BigGovernment articles on the role of certain non-profit entities, Fannie Mae, and lefty billionaire donors on the mortgage meltdown.  Bad government policy caused this crisis, and now Congress wants to excuse itself from blame and institute MORE bad policy?

On FoxNews.com:

Expanding upon the information in my BigGovernment piece, Goldman Figure John Paulson Gives $15 Million to Non-Profit; Non-Profit Ramps Up Lobbying, Phil Kerpen, Vice President of Americans for Prosperity.


Burning Down The House: What Caused Our Economic Crisis? Bombshell

A complete timeline of the events leading up to meltdown.

Timeline shows Bush, McCain warning Dems of financial and housing crisis; meltdown

I love the clips of Barney Frank in this one in 2003 insisting that warnings of a potential meltdown were being “conjured up”.


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Filed under Bailouts, Banking, Banks, barney frank, CFPA, chris dodd, Congress Alert, Fannie Mae, financial reform, Freddie Mac, Housing

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