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Comment: No. But who sponsored the rollback and who voted for it?

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No. But who sponsored the rollback and who voted for it?

No. Let's get real. People have short memories and it didn't really bother anyone that their Congressmen were making millions on insider trading in 2009 while the rest of us lost half our net worth. My Rep, Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, scored $4,000,000 from the corrupt practice, and defended it by saying "No law was broken at the time." That was good enough for a 76% victory in 2012! Not the usual 82% but hey, nobody gave a damn.

Question is, WHO sponsored the rollback and who voted for it? What was the bill number?

ANSWER: We'll never freakin know, because both house and senate bills were passed by unanimous consent votes (anonymous cowardice, if you ask me).

The claim is, the federal employee unions twisted legislator arms to protect the 28,000 federal workers whose investment info was required to be made public.

But that's even worse: not only is the shady practices of our legislators covered from view, but taxpayers are blinded from seeing just how incredibly wealthy federal employee union members are becoming at our expense.

"Cowards & idiots can come along for the ride but they gotta sit in the back seat!"