Are we seriously debating a rule telling financial "advisors" that they must advise individuals in ways that are advantageous for the person asking for advice and not for the person getting asked for advice? It's literally implied on the idea of asking someone for advice. The whole point of asking someone for advice on something is that they give you advice on how to better your situation. Rolling back this piece of consumer protection is so absurd it's vile. Please do whatever you have to to help continue investor contention or we will make sure you are surrounded by advisors telling you the best thing for your reelection campaign is to vote for the other guy.