Not that there's a bandwagon or anything, but NY AG Eric Schneiderman is reportedly...

Not that there's a bandwagon or anything, but NY AG Eric Schneiderman is reportedly investigating S&P (MHP), Moody's (MCO) and Fitch (FMLCF.PK) over their ratings of mortgage bonds. Schneiderman is also looking at whether the firms implemented agreements in 2008 to make certain reforms, which they signed to settle an earlier inquiry but which expired in 2011 and could stymie the AG's ability to take fresh action.

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  • Tony Petroski
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    Let's see. Our to-do list:


    Yesterday: Guns, clips magazines. Innovation: Gun-free zones.


    Today: Immigration. Innovation: Sanctuary cities.


    Tomorrow: Bashing the S&P before they downgrade your political cesspool.


    Schneiderman is not jumping on the bandwagon. He simply jumped the gun on the timing.


    "A crisis a day keeps reformers at bay."


    Yogi Alinsky
    8 Feb 2013, 07:23 AM Reply Like
  • BlueOkie
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    What ever happened to Fast and Furious. I thought Obama was concerned about getting the guns off the streets, instead he's selling them. Wonder if they did a background check before selling the AK47's to drug dealers?
    8 Feb 2013, 07:41 AM Reply Like
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