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“Just pretending that we can continue with the same monetary policy, the same Federal Reserve system, and all these guarantees sort of concedes that we’re going to have another bubble. If we have regulations and plans for how we distribute these assets later on, it just says that nothing has changed. That’s another reason why there’s no confidence in the market. People realize they’re just propping up a system that has already failed.” Read more.

“Ron Paul: Financial Reform Solved Nothing”
Jennifer Schonberger
The Motley Fool, August 31, 2010.

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