No more bailouts, I'm ok with that. It's everything else.
Sweeping reforms. More government agencies. Exactly what the US economy does not need.
The new bill aims to usher in a new era of consumer protections and banking restrictions. The law assembles a powerful council of regulators to be on the lookout for risks across the finance system and creates a new agency to guard consumers in their financial transactions. It places shadow financial markets that previously escaped the oversight of regulators under new scrutiny and gives the government new powers to break up companies that threaten the economy.
Several years ago I resigned from my job, stored most of my belongings in my in-law's basement, and boarded a transatlantic flight with my husband.
Life in London has been interesting to say the least. I miss ice tea and Red Lobster, watching hockey and eating honey garlic wings.
I love music, literature, and good food. I am proud to be a woman, but I can't stand crazy feminists. I love politics - but do not subscribe to any particular party or politician (although there are some I like more than others). It's nice when people take me seriously - but I don't need others to validate my opinions. Fun and smart are not mutually exclusive. I firmly believe that knowledge is power.