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What people do not understand is that there is no excuse for these Basel central bankers. They wanted a bubble and they blew it. They knew Japan melted, and add LTCM and Worldcom and Enron and Parmalat and how many meltdowns do you need before you get it? No, Greenspan wanted a bubble and said people could get a better deal buying an adjustable. It is too bad that this all happened, but it was a class warfare attack on mainstreet. The acceptance of this risk should be criminal and selling the bonds doomed to failure should be RICO'd.

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