No, no, no. We're only just recovering from the last financial catastrophe caused by freewheeling banks and financial institutions-- with far too many Americans having been left behind and beyond recovery. Congress watered down and then barely passed Dodd-Frank and have been working to chip away the protections it sought to put in place. The Consumer Protection Bureau, seeking to protect (and succeeding!) American consumers has also been a popular target for destruction. Explain, please, why this is? Protections for the American public are being decried as harmful, as overreach, as job killing, while the banks who crashed our economy and brought such remarkable suffering across our country and globally are now seen as the victims. We have perhaps mistakenly thought we elected representatives to work for the American people, though we realize we don't contribute nearly as much to election campaigns as these financial institutions. Isn't there some sort of path that would allow us both to support healthy, competitive, successful businesses without sacrificing the American people? We would respectfully request you consider this novel idea.