(Video) Ron Paul Gives Ben Bernanke A Smackdown

(Video) Ron Paul Makes Outrageous Allegations About the Fed to Bernanke

Ron Paul taking questions in Manchester, NH
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A few days ago America’s News Now ran a story on how Wall Street reform is really just a political concept to appease voters. In this video, Ron Paul questions Ben Bernanke on some of the Fed’s decisions and raises some odd allegations. Nonetheless, this underscores the cozy relation ship between those in power in Washington and Wall Street.

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Why is the Senate Putting the Breaks On Wall Street Reform? The Answer May Surprise You

Why Is The Senate Putting The Brakes On Wall Street Reform?

Statement by the President on Financial Reform

“I am deeply disappointed that Senate Republicans voted in a block against allowing a public debate on Wall Street reform to begin. Some of these Senators may believe that this obstruction is a good political strategy, and others may see delay as an opportunity to take this debate behind closed doors, where financial industry lobbyists can water down reform or kill it altogether. But the American people can’t afford that. A lack of consumer protections and a lack of accountability on Wall Street nearly brought our economy to its knees, and helped cause the pain that has left millions of Americans without jobs and without homes. The reform that both parties have been working on for a year would prevent a crisis like this from happening again, and I urge the Senate to get back to work and put the interests of the country ahead of party.”

So what do you think the solution is to Wall Street reform? Put your comments below…

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