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Aprés la Réforme de la Santé, Obama s'attaque à celle des banques et de Wall Street..

Vous trouverez ci-après le mail que je viens de recevoir du Président Obama (on doit être des millions à avoir reçu le même). Obama reprend la même stratégique qui lui a si bien réussie pour son élection et la réforme de la santé. Il demande directement au peuple de le soutenir, prenant ainsi en tenaille les lobbies qui oeuvrent à Washington, les Républicains du Congrès, etc... Il prend les problèmes les uns après les autres...

On se demande pourquoi Sarkozy ne fait pas la même chose en France pour la réforme des retraites par exemple... Ou encore pour la réforme de nos banques ?
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Jean Michel --

It has now been well over a year since the near collapse of our entire financial system that cost the nation more than 8 million jobs. To this day, hard-working families struggle to make ends meet.

We've made strides -- businesses are starting to hire, Americans are finding jobs, and neighbors who had given up looking are returning to the job market with new hope. But the flaws in our financial system that led to this crisis remain unresolved.

Wall Street titans still recklessly speculate with borrowed money. Big banks and credit card companies stack the deck to earn millions while far too many middle-class families, who have done everything right, can barely pay their bills or save for a better future.

We cannot delay action any longer. It is time to hold the big banks accountable to the people they serve, establish the strongest consumer protections in our nation's history -- and ensure that taxpayers will never again be forced to bail out big banks because they are "too big to fail."

That is what Wall Street reform will achieve, why I am so committed to making it happen, and why I'm asking for your help today.

Please stand with me to show your support for Wall Street reform.

We know that without enforceable, commonsense rules to check abuse and protect families, markets are not truly free. Wall Street reform will foster a strong and vibrant financial sector so that businesses can get loans; families can afford mortgages; entrepreneurs can find the capital to start a new company, sell a new product, or offer a new service.

Consumer financial protections are currently spread across seven different government agencies. Wall Street reform will create one single Consumer Financial Protection Agency -- tasked with preventing predatory practices and making sure you get the clear information, not fine print, needed to avoid ballooning mortgage payments or credit card rate hikes.

Reform will provide crucial new oversight, give shareholders a say on salaries and bonuses, and create new tools to break up failing financial firms so that taxpayers aren't forced into another unfair bailout. And reform will keep our economy secure by ensuring that no single firm can bring down the whole financial system.

With so much at stake, it is not surprising that allies of the big banks and Wall Street lenders have already launched a multi-million-dollar ad campaign to fight these changes. Arm-twisting lobbyists are already storming Capitol Hill, seeking to undermine the strong bipartisan foundation of reform with loopholes and exemptions for the most egregious abusers of consumers.

I won't accept anything short of the full protection that our citizens deserve and our economy needs. It's a fight worth having, and it is a fight we can win -- if we stand up and speak out together.

So I'm asking you to join me, starting today, by adding your name as a strong supporter of Wall Street reform:

Thank you,

President Barack Obama


Nicolas Beaumadier

C'est un bon lui !!!


# Nicolas... oui c'est certainement un bon. il fait ce qu'il a dit, sans esbrouffes... il est probable que certains pourraient prendre exemple...

Nicolas Beaumadier

C'est tout à fait ce que j'entendais par "c'est un bon lui". ^^
J'espère que tous prendront exemple (surtout que lui ce sont des projets énormes qu'il lance : la santé, les banques) !


Bonjour Jean Michel,
oui c'est un bon mais je pense qu'il a besoin de toute l'aide possible face au lobby des banques. Ci- après un extrait d'un jugement et d'une déposition d'un banquier pour le moins éloquente ... Le pire dans cette histoire c'est de savoir que l'employé qui a fait son travail en âme et conscience en dénonçant l'attitude de sa banque a été licencié, pire encore ignoré , son nom n'étant même pas repris dans le jugement.

“Stealing from our customers is a business decision, not a legal decision.” The same executive later said that the sweep program could not be stopped because it would reduce the executive bonus pool, Brown charged.

plus ici,
ie ma lettre ouverte au président avec une suggestion concernant cet employé.

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