"I think all our grandfathers at one time in this country might have thought it morally wrong for a congressional banking overseer to take money from banks — and in particular when they were in the process of being looted and run into the ground. If the Senate Banking Committee Chairman is improperly receiving mortgage preferences and outright cash from banking concerns, then who will police the police?"
Bothered and bewildered am I that these crooks are getting away with this. You should be too. Read it all for it is good.
Parallel Lives by Victor Davis Hanson on National Review Online