Last week, the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (FCIC) presented its results
to the Financial Services Committee. As with most other politically-appointed
commissions, the results of the FCIC's investigation were easy to predict.
Established by the same congress that gave us national healthcare and with a
majority of its members appointed by those who seek to solve every problem with
more government intervention, it was no surprise that the commission's findings
would favor increased government intervention in the economy. Minority members
were not substantively involved in the commission's operations, and the
commission attempted to exclude their dissenting views by granting them very
limited space to do so.
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