FRAME, there's an easy test to see who is right....besides knowing the history of this government takeover....which would be nice for you to learn,,,,
if you don't want to do that, look at results. who ends up with the power? it doesn't matter whether a company ends up in bed with the government by choice (insurance companies) or is forced (banking-loans), the end result is the same. government gets the power.
why would a corporation even want to do business in this country anymore? we have the 2nd highest corporate tax. we have high labor costs. we have prohibitive regulations. add to that, if congress doesn't like you, you end up in front of them with some Marxist *itch threatening to uh-uh- (hint from another) nationalize your business. we used to have skilled labor going for us, but we don't have that anymore and our kids can't keep up in science and math with the rest of the world.
every time the government gets involved in something to "help us" we get screwed and the government gets more power so that they can fix what they screwed up. the best current example would be the housing market.
government demands that risky loans must be made and underwrites the risk. eventually, it all falls apart....who'd a thunk it? and the end result is the under the guise of saving the industry, the government takes more power not only by regulation, but by taking part of the business of banking away from them and dictating business practices.....which worked oh so well in the past.....
BTW did you know that another of the goals of the same people who are trying to get control of all communications, is to have a national banking system?
they didn't quite manage to get the "fairness doctrine" back in, but they are not going to control our one, free, form of communication....
another question: if the court had ordered that DADT be immediately done away with by the military, and the military had ignored the court, what would you have thought of that?