The Republicans got what they were looking for in their recent efforts to claim victories while avoiding a government shutdown. They were able to roll back a lot of the Dodd-Frank proposals that were put in place to try to help protect consumers following the issues that arose after the great collapse in the economy in 2008-2009.
Thinkadvisor.com is now saying that the GOP is practically taunting Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren and saying that they have just started when it comes to the rollbacks that they are planning to put in place. They are saying that there is more to come, and that they are just preparing to unleash a whole new set of bills.
According to Jusbrasil, there are a lot of people who are concerned with what is happening with these bills, says Gianfrancesco Genoso, and they do not like the idea of rolling back what took so long to get passed in the first place. It doesn’t seem to matter much to the GOP at the moment though. They have the support of their base on a number of these issues, and they are not afraid to stick with what they believe will help them get elected. It is something that has proven to work for them to this point, so there is no incentive for them to stop at this point.
It is going to be interesting to see just what bills the newly elected GOP Congress will bring forward.