Bush may have made some mistake, but he was wise not to show at you last tea party invested convention. LOLDemocrats want everyone to count on government for retirement.
Democrats in California are considering taking an additional 3% of peoples incomes for retirement.
I guess California has no confidence in the Federals/Democrats with Social Security...
California can't control it's own spending, but it's going to protect people after getting control of more of their money.
Greece & Detroit did a good job, right, libtards?
From the start, Bush embraced a governing philosophy of deregulation. That trickled down to federal oversight agencies, which in turn eased off on banks and mortgage brokers.
Bush did push early on for tighter controls over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, but he failed to move Congress. After the Enron scandal, Bush backed and signed the aggressively regulatory Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
But SEC head William Donaldson tried to boost regulation of mutual and hedge funds, he was blocked by Bush's advisers at the White House as well as other powerful Republicans and quit.
Plus, let's face it, the meltdown happened on Bush's watch.