'The bad side of capitalism'
At least AIG's Edward Liddy
admits private companies can screw up without government assistance. ... The Atlas Shrugged types, I'm sure, will find a way to connect anti-red-lining policies to credit-default swaps.Update
-- Lawrence Kudlow
plays the blame-government card. But he makes some good points about post-collapse AIG. Chief among them: What's the administration's AIG game plan going forward?