Let’s not put another Clinton in White House
As time passes, we see and hear more of “Hillary Clinton for President.” I say “bad idea” and I say it for a good reason. If Hillary Clinton were to be elected president, her husband, former President Bill Clinton would have a legal right to occupy the White House. I, for one, do not ever want to see Bill Clinton back in the White House under ANY circumstances.
“So why,” you ask, “do you feel so strongly against Bill Clinton?” My aversion to our former chief executive dates back to 1999, when he repealed the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933. The Glass-Steagall Act was part and parcel of the Banking Protection Act of 1933. By repealing the Banking Protection Act, Mr. Clinton effectively paved the way for the banking fiasco soon to follow.
Which brings up yet another point. Congress should consider the possible reinstatement of the Glass-Steagall Act, as well as criminal prosecution of those instrumental in and for the banking fiasco.
Kenneth Crockett, Kokomo