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If there weren't so many regulations, and we had a government willing to protect people instead of corporations, then we wouldn't need someone as powerful as the president to start up that kind of bank.
Would Clinton have lowered taxes during a recession, we don't know... and we'll never know. I just don't feel that it's an accurate comparison.
You have to question it though when countries like Iceland are well on their way, if not already recovered. Sure it may be a different country, but I don't see how anyone can find rewarding someone for making a bad decision, as good. Then wonder why people keep making bad decisions.
The thing that always bugged me was that the companies were "too big to fail"... if they were too big to fail, then they wouldn't be failing...
On top of that, adding more conflicts, bailing out multiple companies, cash for clunkers, Solyndra... then you throw in things like Operation Fast and Furious, highest welfare rates ever and many other and you have to wonder what the intentions are...
We don't have that now.
I noticed that the article is dated 2010... anyone punished since then? I mean really punished, not just a minor fine or some house arrest. Also love that it's out of India, seems more and more that you have to go outside the U.S. to get U.S news...
As much as both of them flip-flop... I feel it's no better than going to the casino and picking what's behind door number 1... or 2. The only difference is you've seen behind door one, do you take that or gamble and pick 2?
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