By staging a lawsuit against Wall Street’s Goldman Sachs, Obama is preparing for another big government expansion disguised as financial reform. But the president himself is compromised by over $5 million he’s received from the financial industry, including nearly a million directly from Goldman Sachs. Sign this letter to the GOP leaders demanding that they investigate the White House ties to Goldman Sachs, the meltdown on Wall Street and the people who profited from it.

The Honorable Jeff Sessions
Ranking Member
Admin Oversight and Courts Subcmte
United States Senate
Washington, DC 20510
The Honorable Darrell Issa
Ranking Member
Oversight and Gov. Reform
U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515

Dear Senator Sessions and Congressman Issa: 

It is absurd for Congress to rush any debate on ‘financial reform’ legislation without first examining the glaring conflict of interest the Obama Administration has when it comes to Goldman Sachs and the rest of the financial industry.

President Obama received more than $5 million in campaign contributions from the financial industry including nearly a million directly from Goldman Sachs. 

We demand you immediately call for an independent special prosecutor to investigate the relationship between Goldman Sachs and the finnancial reform actions taken by the Obama Administration.

Please join with us, fellow conservatives in this call for accountability.

Please halt this financial reform process down and reject any action that would advance this bill prior to an independent investigation and complete vetting of where the real problems exist in this big-government and big-Wall Street web of corruption.

Concerned for America,

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