FCIC Report: Help us investigate it
This morning, the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission released a report that shows the findings of their months-long probe of what happened during the financial crisis of 2008 and what its causes were.
Post reporters Zach Goldfarb and Brady Dennis wrote, "While the report is scathing in its review of Wall Street, what's notable is how hard it comes down on federal regulators for missing warning signs, fighting turf wars, and being short-sighted overall."
Meanwhile, reader Magellan1 notes, "I find it interesting that everyone is to blame, except the politicians."
Weigh in and tell us what you think.
Andrea Caumont and Sarah Halzack
| January 27, 2011; 9:58 AM ET
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