America voted last year to put the interests of ordinary people ahead of the greed of Wall Street. What they didn't bargain for was another four years for one of the key architects of the Bush economy.
One would think that the uncovering of a 17-year lie to cover up records and deliberations by unelected officials would be cause for public outrage. But that didn't happen at the Federal Open Market Committee.
With the nation up in arms about the perversity of pouring billions into the coffers of the banks the symbolism of the three CEO's tone deaf failure to be present in Washington is beyond understanding.