Quote Originally Posted by JB View Post
I wanted to kick this for CW but he's already been here.

Kick anyway.
I'm very familiar with the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act. This was the act that supposedly led to all of the problems (discounting the CRA, of course, from somewhere around 1978) and was signed by a Democratic president. However, did anyone notice the first name on the act, "Whiner" Phil Gramm, economic advisor to the Republican nominee for President.

So, what am I supposed to garner from this. Perhaps when a D President signs a bill pushed thru by a R majority in Congress, he's responsible. So, can we then infer that when a R President signs a bill pushed thru by a D majority in Congress, he's responsible?