(The Loop 21) — It stems from pending financial regulatory reform, which House Democrats passed last week with almost no Republican support. But the cable network talking heads conveniently failed to mention in all these months leading up to reform, since the financial meltdown the most obvious reason behind this revolt — the Republicans continue, despite their tea party hype, despite all the angry populist musings, the Corporate party. The party of limited government involvement and oversight into the financial market, the party that oppresses poor people and props up the rich. This is the party that passed the Wall Street bailout. It is the party that made it nearly impossible for individual consumers to effectively file for bankruptcy while insuring that investors, when a company goes belly up, are shored up.