Prince Mark votes against Brown/Kaufman Amendment to limit bank size. Webb votes for it.


    Doesn’t that tell you everything you need to know about these two.

    Webb followed his hero, Andrew Jackson, who killed the Second Bank of the United States, by voting to reduce the concentration of financial power in just 6 banks and force them to reduce the portion of the financial system each controls.

    Warner, who was made a rich man by the investment bankers of Wall Street funding his winning ticket in the cellphone lottery, was loyal to his paymasters and protected their “too big to fail” status. First, Mark protects his friends at United Healthcare and now his dear pals on Wall Street.

    Both of these guys are Democrats, really?


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