Saturday, March 21, 2009

Telling it like it is

Steve Chapman tells it like is, in a column in today's The Oklahoman:
The financial crisis has been widely interpreted as proof of the need for extensive government regulation of banks, insurance companies and other capitalist institutions. The antics of politicians now that they have a greater role, however, are a vivid reminder of why they can’t be trusted with such power.

These days, every politician assumes that because he has a driver’s license and an ATM card, he must have all the necessary skills to run an automaker and operate a bank.

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Thank you Steve and thank you The Oklahoman!

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