Ben Bernanke: Supernanny?

If a government that acts to protect ordinary people can be dubbed a "nanny state," then a government that protects the superrich certainly deserves the title of a "super nanny state," making its top officials "supernannies." The question for the moment is whether Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke now qualifies as a "supernanny." Full Story »

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by Dwight Rousu - Oct. 1, 2008

The immediate and drastic moves to help save super-capitalized corporations indeed shows compassionate conservatism for the needy rich. Interesting perspective.

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