cigars when he hears about economy. He will fix it in 30 days. WASHINGTON (AP) -- House lawmakers on Wednesday accused the Securities and Exchange Commission of impeding their probe into the agency's failure to uncover the alleged $50 billion Bernard Madoff fraud.
The clash between lawmakers and high-ranking SEC officials at a House Financial Services subcommittee hearing came after the man who waged a decade-long campaign to alert the regulators to problems in Madoff's operations denounced the agency for its inaction. Whistleblower Harry Markopolos also said he had feared for his physical safety and would turn over new evidence that Madoff had not acted alone.
Maybe we will hear the truth about Barney Frank. What a piece of work that man is! 9 million fed to him to be on the finance commitee and oversee Freddie an Fannie Mae. You know he should be investigated because he told investors that everything was just great with Fannie when the price was around $28. Where is it now? Where is he? Talk about getting it in the rear end! This man is a expert. Obama is just a smart lawyer making his case to the jury. Don't expect too much from him. He will be running for the next 4 years! He won't be leading; too busy reading the polls. We need another Truman or another Reagan who got the country straight and hopefull.