This issue is not going away, it will haunt us for decades to come. We still don’t know what’s in these toxic derivatives that our government is obligated to maintain because we spent trillions backing up the people that concocted them. We are by no means out of the housing mess. We still have high unemployment, but I can assure you that if we don’t get serious financial deregulation through Congress, and that means preventing the banks that we back up, that handle the money of ordinary depositors, of getting into these derivatives. That is in Blanche Lincoln’s [bill] that got through the Agricultural Committee. If we don’t separate the investors using their own money and the banks, we’re going to have a bigger crisis. At the very least we should repeal those horrible pieces of legislation Clinton signed off on, to the bipartisan cheers of the Congress and lobbyists they served, and reverse the Financial Services Modernization Act and the Commodity Futures Modernization Act.