Blame game, redux

So it’s been awhile — you know, since this whole subprime debacle morphed into uncontained financial chaos? Remember early on when everyone was trying to peg blame on someone for this mess, and it was considered edgy to say that Wall Street didn’t know what it was doing? Sure you do. What I want to know now is what you think about the blame game — after all that’s taken place. Who’s really to blame for this mess? Is it still greedy homeowners? Greedy bankers? Greedy insurers? Hedgies? Sound off and give me some answers worth printing. Click here to take our monthly Sounding Board — best answers make it into the magazine. It’ll only take a few minutes of your time, and who knows? You just might find it therapeutic. So fire away, and don’t be shy!

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