The Volcker Rule is not gaining popularity, with many people distancing themselves from the proposal- with Senator Dodd most recently saying the thing's a bad idea. A source close to the matter tells us that now, chances for it to be enacted are getting very slim and that even Barney Frank is sort of, "not enthused" with it either. According to the source, Frank's beef is that he doesn't understand why the White House is making such a push, as regulators would have the authority to implement the proposed changes, and he's questioning the necessity for Congress to revisit it. "It was s political move in the sense that the more you band against big banks, the more you help yourself politically. But they miscalculated on that one, 'cause it wont be beneficial for them in the end."