Monday, December 14, 2009

Is $840,000 In A Congressman's Stock Portfolio Inconsequential?

Even if we're talking about stocks in medical equipment companies, and the congressman votes against a tax on the companies.

The Congressman says there's no conflict, and the story says another reason it's not a big deal is that the holdings represent only a small piece of the Congressman's financial profile.

What do you think?

The story is here

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The only thing inconsequential is Sensennbrenner's regard for the needs and wishes of his constituents, especially those he disagrees with or who don't contribute to his many campaigns.