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Politicians tend to kick ass when they take on the big banks on Wall Street. So why are some Democrats sucking up to them right now? It’s dumb politics, and worse policy, to lessen the oversight we have over the big bank conglomerates. Mike wants to know: what are you fools thinking?
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