H.R. 1207: Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2009

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    It appears that there are Democrats and Republicans in major agreement that banks need an audit. The ones disagreeing are the major banks and one major corporation which also makes loans.

    Creative accounting, "guessing" and "guestimating" may become a thing of the past for bankers if the Senate does not crush this. Any senator that votes against or does not support this bill needs a new job.

     
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    it's funny to see all those Banks oppose it.. just sayin'
     
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    Not surprising to me. The Federal Reserve guardians are the bankers and are appointed by the president. But, they are chosen by the bankers. The president has to choose from the group that is made available for him to choose from. It is a rig job for bankers by bankers. I know that ten thousand dollars disappeared when Wells Fargo took over First Security in a wire transfer from Idaho to Minnesota. Now that may not be a whole lot to some people but it truly does make me wonder how many of those ten thousand or more deals went missing while WF was scooping up banks across the nation? I read a lot of complaints where peoples accounts were shorted as their banks were taken over. WF claimed they made a large fortune during those years and paid the CEO's accordingly. The Comptroller Of The Currency is also run by bankers and the bankers make up the rules. The fox is literally in the hen house and has been for quite some time.
     
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