That seems completely contradictory. Regulation of normal businesses that means anything implies interference by part of the government. Not necessarily "we're taking over your business" like it was with the bailouts but "we're taking over your business because we want these rules followed and will audit your performance to determine if you can stay operative."I also defend that regulation of economical institutions (that's the normal businesses) should exist to guarantee no government interferes with their function ever again. Because it was that left-wing approach that strangled our economic models and allowed for the financial system to gain a foothold in the economy.
On top of that I'm not sure I agree with the idea that left policies made the financial sector a bigger deal than it is. That at least shouldn't be true for the United States. It was the sub-prime mortgage crisis that started everything here.
I could easily attribute this to the right, since they were in charge at that time and would deregulate like that. Maybe that's my mistake.Originally Posted by wikipedia