Tech Ticker has a really good interview with Elizabeth Warren, the head of the TARP oversight committee. I can't embed it so you'll have to follow the link to take a peek at it.
Despite all of the negatives written about her in the past few weeks she comes across as a charming, intelligent woman with some pretty strong beliefs. Not someone you would want to take lightly.
I thought her observation that we probably do have this whole recovery program somewhat upside down is well thought out. Her position seems to be that we're spending a kings ransom on a financial system while we let the 100 million plus households of the nation fend for themselves. As she notes, a sustainable recovery is only going to occur when those households are put on a firm footing.
Do you think she might be on to something?