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Petitioning Congressional Republicans

Tell Republicans: Stand with Consumers, Not Wall Street

The recent news that the Security and Exchange Commission is filing fraud charges against a big investment firm is another important reason why we must rein in Wall Street abuses and protect taxpayers. The reckless and irresponsible behavior that caused the financial meltdown and the ensuing loss of millions of jobs was facilitated by years of Bush Administration and Republican policies that favored big banks over consumers and taxpayers.

Now, instead of working to pass tough new rules that would prevent these sorts of abuses, Republican leaders Mitch McConnell and John Boehner are wooing Wall Street executives' support with promises that Republicans will oppose any significant Wall Street reform measures.

During the debate on Wall Street reform, Americans will clearly see whether Washington Republicans will continue to put big banks before what is good for consumers and taxpayers.

Sign the petition to call on Republicans to stop taking marching orders from the Wall Street special interests that brought our economy to the brink of collapse.

 

Letter to
Congressional Republicans
The recent news that the Security and Exchange Commission is filing fraud charges against a big investment firm is another important reason why we must rein in Wall Street abuses and protect taxpayers. The reckless and irresponsible behavior that caused the financial meltdown and the ensuing loss of millions of jobs was facilitated by years of Bush Administration and Republican policies that favored big banks over consumers and taxpayers.

Now, instead of working to pass tough new rules that would prevent these sorts of abuses, your Republican leaders Mitch McConnell and John Boehner are wooing Wall Street executives' support with promises that Republicans will oppose any significant Wall Street reform measures.

During the debate on Wall Street reform, Americans will clearly see whether you and your Republican colleagues will continue to put big banks before what is good for consumers and taxpayers.