Thank you for speaking out to bring back Glass-Steagall.

Thanks for taking action.

Here are some ways you can spread the word to make sure Congress gets the message loud and clear.

If you are on Facebook, click here to post the petition to your Wall.

If you have a Twitter account, click here to automatically tweet:
Stop Wall Street banks from gambling with our money. Tell Congress to bring back #GlassSteagall. http://bit.ly/JqfIJi #ows #p2

You can also send the following e-mail to your friends and family. Spreading the word is critical, but please only pass this message along to those who know you -- spam hurts our campaign.

Thanks for all you do.

--The CREDO Action Team

Here's a sample message to send to your friends:

Subject: Stop Wall Street banks from gambling with our money.

Dear Friend,

The recent news that JP Morgan Chase lost at least $2 billion in a matter of weeks on hugely risky bets shows once again that we need to rein in Wall Street and stop the banks from gambling with our money.

For over half a century, the Depression-era law known as the Glass-Steagall Act kept commercial banks (where we have our checking accounts, saving accounts and the like) separate from high-risk investment banks. The government agreed to insure the deposits we make in commercial banks through the FDIC, but banks weren't allowed to turn around and use these deposits as stakes in the Wall Street casino.

That all changed in 1999 with the repeal of Glass-Steagall, which paved the way for the financial crisis and the massive Wall Street bailouts.

I just signed a petition telling Congress it's time to bring back Glass-Steagall. I hope you do, too.

You can sign the petition and find out more information at the link below.

http://act.credoaction.com/campaign/glass_steagall/?r_by=40379-3362360-XV5Dwgx&rc=confemail

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