Bailout Bill Would Require Banks to Track and Report Personal Checking Accounts to Feds
by Capitol Confidential
It’s amazing to watch the civil libertarians hide when Democrats propose the most sweeping intrusions of privacy in generations. In addition to the litany of bad policies contained in the Dodd Financial Reform bill is this nugget on pages 1039-1040. In short, it extends government reach to every deposit account of every citizen.
Subtitle G of the Dodd discussion draft bill requires that records be maintained and reported “for each branch, automated teller machine at which deposits are accepted, and other deposit taking service facility with respect to any financial institution, the financial institution shall maintain a record of the number and dollar amounts of deposit accounts of customers.”
What’s worse, banks will be required to submit these records to the new super regulatory agency called the Consumer Financial Protection Agency (page 1041). The CFPA will be allowed to use this information for any purpose “as permitted by law” under CFPA rules—rules set by CFPA themselves.
So, lets get this straight—the law requires banks to snoop on its customers MOST PERSONAL INFORMATION and submit it to another government agency so it can be used anyway the CFPA see’s fit.continued....
Friday, April 30, 2010
Viewing the Obama regime from I.O's perch, the bill most central to their globalist Marxofascist goals may be the Obamafinance bill, from Dodd & Company. I invite you to examine this new item from BigGovernment.com. There must be every bit as much mega-buzz about this attack on America (and about Cap and Trade) as there was about Obamacare. Sovereign Citizens must have the truth put in front of their faces. -- AW