Banks are back in charge

  • Article by: EDITORIAL , New York Times
  • Updated: January 10, 2013 - 7:56 PM

New liquidity rules add more risk.

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martiankingJan. 10, 1310:41 PM

Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, must be a corporate lobbyist with deep pockets.

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bigbadbeanJan. 11, 13 3:56 AM

This can't be true... obama and the democrats hate big banks, unless they are getting huge donations from them.

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hobie2Jan. 11, 1312:58 PM

Never met a bank exec that didn't think they ran the world and that governments just were there to keep order.

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margeanncullenJan. 11, 13 1:05 PM

No fears whatsoever but nevermind the rest of us that can only hope to get back some of the social security paid in for damn near 40 years. We have no rights only corporations have rights and that is wrong.

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