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Oct. 17, 2008

Top 10 Credit Crunch Jokes

A few are groaners, a few are inscrutable. A couple are hilarious.

Warsh No Lightweight

One of the key players in the government response to the financial crisis is a 38-year-old former investment banker who has emerged as Ben Bernanke's right-hand man. Find out more about Fed governor Kevin Warsh in this Bloomberg profile.

Paulson Tries Again

Economist Joe Stiglitz thinks Hank Paulson should have struck a better deal for taxpayers on its bank investments.

By washingtonpost.com Editor  |  October 17, 2008; 7:30 AM ET
Categories:  Neil Irwin's Must Reads  
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Comments

It's a bad deal all the way around. There's no limit to the amount of good you can do if you don't care who gets the credit. I don't care, so something will work out. If you do well, I'll do well. We'll have to wait and the gloom can fall behind. Progress will be made. It just takes time and faith. Nobody wants to take credit for the bad deals.

Posted by: Anonymous | October 17, 2008 8:33 PM | Report abuse

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