More honest discussion on the progress of bank regulation. Something has been bugging me: we hear there are 1500 lobbyists on the US capital hill every day working for the banks to sway politicians and their policy. We hear this effort costs the banks about 1 million a day. What exactly do they spend 1 million a day on? Campaign contributions? dining? dancing? golfing? what? a million a day is a lot of petty cash. No wonder ideas like “the greater good of the nation” get lost.
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