Depending on your point of view, Jamie Dimon is the saint of Wall Street and Lloyd Blankfein is Wall Street’s biggest villain. Or vice-a-versa. Or maybe they’re both villains.
The Obama administration is on the verge of letting a number of financial institutions–think Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase–to begin paying back tens of billions in bailout money. That may sound like a good idea, especially with the federal deficit continuing to balloon. But what’s the rush?