Goofus and Gallant, #3

Goofus, despite being an economics supergenius, didn't see the financial crisis coming and did not introduce a single banking or housing bill during the 110th Congress.

Gallant spent the 110th Congress, in part, introducing five banking and/or housing bills, including one to amend "the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 to provide shareholders with an advisory vote on executive compensation" and another to halt "mortgage transactions that promote fraud."

[Goofus and Gallant: Parts One, Two.]

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