Possibly the most under-noticed critical story of the past day or two is this one:
It Isn't About the Money
That editorial piece describes Stuart Varney's astonishment that the Obama administration really doesn't want those tax-payer dollars back when a private enterprise entity doesn't need them. The goons of the government forced banks and lending institutions to take TARP funds even when they wanted to forego the pleasure. The idea is that if a company has federal funds in the till, then there is justification for the ministers of the mob to maintain control of the entity. They can hire, fire, mandate and misdirect to their greedy little dictatorial heart's content.
Billy Beck supplied the link to the WSJ editorial and then chastises Varney as only Beck can with the briefest summary of what his personal credo has long been. Look for it in the April 6 postings as "It Really Can Happen Here." Two-Four
Now as soon as Obama burns the Reichstag and suspends the Constitution to better deal with the national threat we might begin to understand where this all leads.