Two Maryland Democrats were among those who changed their votes on the Wall Street bailout plan since Monday, shifting from opposition to support and helping push the bill toward passage.
Freshman Rep. Donna F. Edwards (D) and veteran Rep. Elijah E. Cummings (D) announced their flip at a joint press conference yesterday morning. In interviews, both said they struggled with the decision, noting they had lingering concerns that the bill will do too little to help working class constituents facing possible foreclosure.
Elijah Cummings (D) Maryland – calls Neil Kashkari a “chump”.
What did Cummings expect? Let’s see if he **holds hearings with the Big 3after Pelosi, Reid & Obama pay off the UAW.
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