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2. Clinton Says Don't Blame Him for the Economic Crisis
My question to them is: Do any of them seriously believe if I had been president, and my economic team had been in place the last eight years, that this would be happening today? I think they know the answer to that: No."

Clinton did allow that his administration could have done more to "set in motion some more formal regulation of the derivatives market," but he also vehemently denied that the repeal of Glass-Steagall or his administration's housing policies helped cause the financial crisis.,8599,1879774,...

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  -TIME: 25 People to Blame for the Financial Crisis question everything  Feb-16-09 11:54 PM   #0 
  - Someone forgot the "L" in the first one.  BlooInBloo   Feb-16-09 11:58 PM   #1 
  - Clinton Says Don't Blame Him for the Economic Crisis  question everything   Feb-16-09 11:59 PM   #2 
  - Leave it to an Italian to fuck it all up.  Drunken Irishman   Feb-16-09 11:59 PM   #3 
  - Whoa boy.  BlooInBloo   Feb-17-09 12:00 AM   #5 
  - With Emphasis on Christopher Cox  rwenos   Feb-16-09 11:59 PM   #4 
  - Interesting that Barney Frank, favorite punching bag of the right, is conspicuously absent  rockymountaindem   Feb-17-09 12:03 AM   #6 
  - Fannie Mae  ww2player   Feb-17-09 12:18 AM   #10 
  - Plenty of space at GITMO for all of them....Except the consumers, of course.  cliffordu   Feb-17-09 12:04 AM   #7 
  - I'd love to know who is not giving these idiots 9's and 10's  rpannier   Feb-17-09 12:08 AM   #8 
  - Pure sexism puts Phil Gramm on the list and not his wife Wendy.  swag   Feb-17-09 12:13 AM   #9 
  - I would add all those guys and gals at CNBC who constantly  WCGreen   Feb-17-09 01:04 AM   #11 
  - Article is only half right  aikanae   Feb-17-09 02:24 AM   #12 
  - It appears that everyone was thinking that someone else was looking over  question everything   Feb-17-09 12:42 PM   #16 
  - " lying jackass, a festering hemorrhoid on the fields of both economics and real estate"  RedEarth   Feb-17-09 08:44 AM   #13 
  - no mention of shrubs trillion-plus tax cut?  miyazaki   Feb-17-09 09:52 AM   #14 
  - Nice list; it gets a lot of the major players for deregulation, crazy  barb162   Feb-17-09 11:50 AM   #15 
  - And no mention of John Q. Public.  Common Sense Party   Feb-18-09 12:16 AM   #17 
     - Sure there is: Number 5: The American Consumer (nt)  question everything   Feb-18-09 12:36 AM   #18 
        - Whoops. My bad. I skimmed the list and didn't see us on there.  Common Sense Party   Feb-18-09 12:40 AM   #19 
           - Happens to me all the time  question everything   Feb-18-09 07:38 PM   #20 

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