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August 15, 2009


Sandon Flowers

"This reminds me of the old cliché: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."

As a lawyer, it should have reminded you of the principle of "Innocent until proven guilty." Instead, fueled by your neurotic assumption anyone in business must be doing something wrong, if only you could catch them at it, your knee jerk statist reaction is to insist upon more government intrusion and control. "More rules! More regulations! More hordes of taxpayer payrolled bureaucrats!" Yeah, *that's* the answer.

I am amazed that Arthur Levitt still holds a place in your "us ordinary investors" heart. You do remember Enron, don't you? That particular boil festered all during his time at the helm of the SEC. I guess you just can't regulate 'em all.

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