Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
November 19, 2010
Fortune

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“I’d – I’d really prefer to live in a doggy-dog world” — Dinosaur Comics

Fabulously bonkers argument that Dodd-Frank is unconstitutional — Federalist Society (PDF)

A European sovereign bailout is really a bank bailout. Here’s the list of banksAlphaville

Dan Primack owns the Rattner story. His response to Rattner’s statement — Fortune

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All I can say is, bravo Mr. Cuomo! Someone in the political establishment finally understands that the situation is dire and people need (deep down in their atavistic souls, they NEED) to see a few heads on stakes outside the city gate.

Rattner is perfect as the first scapegoat: that NAME, those connections, the obscene wealth, and the HUBRIS of a guy who wants to take credit for “saving” GM on a weekend fly-in.

Q: What do you call Rattner’s head on a stake by the banks of the East River?
A: A start.

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