Video: Why Do Fannie And Freddie Execs Make More Than our Generals?
Representative Peter Roskam tries to offer an amendment that makes sure that the executives of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac don’t make more money than the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Naturally the Democrats would rather pay millions to the executives that are still running Freddie and Fannie into the ground than accept even this small measure of agreement between parties. The leftists keep bawling for bi-partisanship, yet won’t even agree with the smallest of bi-partisan measures.
Democrats don’t want “bi-partisanship.” They want total control and their voters are fools to imagine anything else.
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