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“Over the 1998-2008 period, the financial sector spent more than $5 billion on U.S. federal campaign contributions and lobbying expenditures.??This extraordinary investment paid off fabulously. Congress and executive agencies rolled back long-standing regulatory restraints, refused to impose new regulations on rapidly evolving and mushrooming areas of finance, and shunned calls to enforce rules still in place.”

“Here are 12 deregulatory steps to financial meltdown:”

http://www.alternet.org/workplace/130683/%245_billion_in_lob...

Too much regulation screwed things up.

And more tax cuts will save us from a recession.

And the tooth fairy will leave you a quarter.
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