Here's what Dallas Fed''s President Fisher says about the banking system and capitalism:
"Paulson, the Congress and other officials will ``will engineer an appropriate recapitalization of the banking system in a manner that does not kill the goose that lays the golden eggs of the practice of capitalism,'' See full story here at bloomberg.
To think that banks are the most important part of capitalism is false.
Mr. Fisher would do well to visit a Texas Instrument's Fab right under his nose in Dallas; that's capitalism. If Adam Smith were alive today he would be proud to see division of labor and capital being employed so well as in a semiconductor manufacturing facility. And I would bet that he would be aghast at how little the banking industry has progressed-and probably even has gotten worse since his times.