What's The Difference Between Wall St. and D.C.?
From the WSJ's editorial today Wall Street Reckoning: A CEO gets "marked to market":
Washington is the one place where no one is being held accountable for the subprime boom and bust. That includes in particular the Federal Reserve, whose far too easy monetary policy created a subsidy for debt that fueled the housing and subprime mortgage excesses. One difference between Wall Street and Washington is that in the latter no one ever admits a mistake, much less suffers for it.