While capitalism is one of our fundamentals, it must be obvious that cancelling fiduciary rules for investment advisors is negligent at best, dishonest at worst. If investment advisors did what they naturally should do then having a rule expressing that they should keep their clients' best interest at heart is hardly a restriction nor an impediment. Unless of course the plan is to enable investment advisors to screw their clients ( as has happened with previous hedge fund schemes) and let them legally get away with it. This is common sense. Someone in a Washington is going to have to grow some balls and start standing up for what's actually right. Surely all our regional representatives don't want to go down in the history books as crooks...??