Wolfowitz ‘mystified’ at how Obama administration has handled Libya
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Paul Wolfowitz: ‘I’m mystified at the way the administration has handled this one’
On the banking scandal that triggered financial collapse in Greece
On the relationship between the origins of the Tea Party and the financial crisis
LEWIS: …And the –the anger — the anger about the Wall Street bailouts, I think, is the beginning of the Tea Party. I mean the — the injustice of people being rewarded for failure and — and supported by the public purse, that was the source of the original outrage.
ZAKARIA: But it went in a libertarian direction…
LEWIS: It did…It — but — but a qualified libertarian direction, because a true libertarian would be outraged that these Wall Street banks are still being subsidized by the government. And there doesn’t seem to be any move on the right to — to remove those subsidies, not any — any serious one…But — but the politi — our leadership doesn’t have an interest in — a leadership that is intent on still stabilizing the financial system doesn’t have an interest in calling attention to the outrages of the financial system. So I think they — Wall Street got very lucky.