Robert Reich said this week, "The only way to make sure no bank it "too big to fail' is to make sure no bank is too big. If our current leaders fail to do this, you have every reason to believe it's because Wall Street has paid them not to." Meanwhile, the largest recipients of campaign contributions from banks and financial services companies - Barney Frank and Chris Dodd - are responsible for legislation that looks like it'll be relatively toothless, and will place oversight of the banking system with the Fed, an institution that has never, since its creation in 1913, been audited and which, when asked by Congress to tell them who it was giving money to last year, flatly refused to answer. There's a story in here somewhere about foxes and henhouses. And a Great Recession that could flip into a Great Depression if Dodd and Frank fail to follow Robert Reich's wise advice.