Interesting spin on TARP, 'the crash', sub-prime, Unions, corporations, government...
We tried letting the chip fall where they may many times before, read up on the crashes we routinely had till 1929.
There is no such thing as a free market, unless total anarchy is the goal.
Competition in Capitalism leads to monopolies and that never favors the citizen.
Government didn't force banks to make bad loans, banks rewrote banking laws to mine deeper and deeper into the mountain until they unleashed forces they couldn't control but we tax payers backed them up so to the banker's minds the risks were low and the competition fierce to mine that last loan dollar.
Too big to fail means to big to walk amongst us. We broke up monopolies before, corporations have burrowed themselves in deep and thanks to the Supreme Court, can pour millions into picking political leaders.
Perhaps the outcome will be corporations running for office, they are people too if you ask the Supreme Court or Willard.