Vitter calls out colleagues via Twitter

Sen. David VitterDavid VitterDavid Duke will bank on racial tensions in Louisiana Senate bid Former KKK leader David Duke running for Senate Six senators call on housing regulator to let Congress finish housing finance reform MORE (R-La.) made no secret Tuesday that he was disappointed that an amendment he submitted yesterday was voted down.

Vitter called out Senate colleagues via Twitter:
I'm disappointed that the Senate defeated my amendment that would have allowed banks to repay $100 Billion back to the American taxpayer.


Vitter's amendment, which was supported by fiscal conservative groups, would have permitted well-capitalized banks to pay back any money they've received under the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) as soon as they want.

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