kudlow-pawlenty-14004This week, the banks prep defense for anti-Wall Street campaign to that end, what’s the Republican narrative going to be when Hillary blasts the banks for 2008 financial meltdown? Too big to fail? Bring back Glass Steagall?  Repeal CRA Fannie/Freddie? Ex Im vote? Then we cross the pond to ponder Ed Miliband’s loss. He attacked banks and business.   Didn’t do him any good.  Is there a lesson there?  Senator Warren won’t work. Finally, Fox’s Megyn Kelley interviewed Jeb Bush, but didn’t ask one question about the economy. For some reason, Larry has a problem with that. We wonder why…

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  1. SParker Member
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    @SParker

    John Taylor suggested adding a chapter to the bankruptcy code (the lucky 13th) for banks.  The specific and unique problem is resolving very short-term loans to the dead bank very quickly.  I think.  That being bold talk for a layman.

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