Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Most Valuable Senator...

Maria Cantwell

So says The Nation's John Nichols, who writes...
The American Prospect's Robert Kuttner calls Cantwell "the best informed and most relentless crusader" for reform of the financial system. Former Commodity Futures Trading Commission official Michael Greenberger says she is "going for the jugular" in her fight to end abuses that could cause a new financial crisis. They're both right.
Nichol's pick is right, too. I couldn't be more pleased to see Maria get this kind of well-earned recognition, and I couldn't agree more, either.

Congratulations, Senator!

Congrats, too, to Nichols' choice for Most Valuable Representative, Peter DeFazio from the lower upper left.

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