Where's the next Lehman Brothers?

  • Article by: the economist
  • Updated: September 9, 2013 - 7:11 PM

Five years after the maelstrom of September 2008, global finance is safer. But still not safe enough.

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bgmach3Sep. 9, 13 9:17 PM

Why ask the question? Our politicians owe their re-elections to these financial institutions, other players like them and nothing will ever change. They make the laws, but they are more concerned about their extended terms in congress and their accrued wealth than serving their constituents which I think according to the general concept of the constitution were supposed to be their ultimate priority. Maybe the constitution was just a cover for wealth accumulation by a few including out politicians but in my heart I don't believe it. I see so many postings of a picture of President Obama stepping on the constitution with our forefathers reaching out in disgust. Maybe if he had a few greenbacks attached to the bottom of his shoes many would find this type of supposed disgrace more acceptable. I think, in fact I know they would.

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