Countrywide's Client Senator Dodd Nowhere to Be Found

November 24th, 2008 12:18 PM

The Washington Post managed to write an entire article about Countrywide's regulators at the Office of Thrift Supervision without once mentioning the name of Sen. Christopher Dodd.  The Connecticut senator claimed he received his sweetheart mortgage from Countrywide without his knowledge, under a plan specifically designed for policy-makers and VIPs.

The Post similarly seems shocked, shocked, to find that a regulatory agency became an advocate, rather than a regulator.  We're still waiting for such shock to register concerning the FEC, the FCC, the NLRB, or indeed, the entire Department of Labor.