Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Bush's Legacy

Alan Greenspan, "who for decades was regarded as the high priest of laisser-faire capitalism," has told London's version of the Wall Street Journal that "nationalisation [of the banks] could be the least bad option left for policymakers."

Will this be seen by historians as George W. Bush's legacy? He left us in such bad shape we had no choice but to become a socialist republic.

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