Daniel Krauthammer has a very intelligent and enlightening piece over at NRO on the Senate and Goldman Sachs, why what financial institutions do is quite different from what every other sector of the economy does, and how silly and misinformed Congress, and particularly people like Carl Levin, are in discussing this whole matter. Congress is guilty of “moral grandstanding and scapegoating” rather than meaningful reform, according to Krauthammer. That strikes me as quite right — and par for the course. But take a look for yourself.
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