TurboTax Timmie Gets To Decide (All By Himself) ‘Who Is Too Big To Fail’

“Castro doesn’t have those powers.”

The new financial reform bill coming through has arbitrary rules about the Treasury Secretary deciding who is ‘too big to fail’ and then seizing the company, firing the management, and tell the shareholders to take a hike.  Dick Morris explains it well, and the possible fallout for Republicans’ political donations because of it.

4 thoughts on “TurboTax Timmie Gets To Decide (All By Himself) ‘Who Is Too Big To Fail’”

  1. Companies not giving to the republicans is not the only issue. It’s that companies will feel compelled to give to the DNC, a la Capone and the Chicago mob.

    How’s that change workin’ out for you?

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