Webster Tarpley: The Financial Reform Is A Failure

Although many are calling the financial reform a victory for the Obama administration and for the White House, there are also those who see the whole thing as a big failure. One of them is author and investigative reporter Webster Tarpley:

“The bill leaves too much power in the hands of the Fed and doesn’t make any real changes.”

Webster Tarpley

h/t Gerald Celeste Trends Blog

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