Man put in charge of nation’s toxic loans finds God, builds a shed.


via The $700 billion man – washingtonpost.com.

I wish Kashkari would have declined the offer to take on TARP. I’ll bet he does too. Good that he found God. At least one person did. Still, it conjures images of Lehi’s dream, does it not?

The Great and Spacious Building

...the great and spacious building was the pride of the world; and it fell, and the fall thereof was exceedingly great... (painting by Steven Lloyd Neal, M.D.)

How many people today would look at his shed and think “that’d make a great house…one I could actually afford this time”.

The Not So Great and Spacious Building

It’s not Kashkari’s fault, of course. That stuff happened around when Kashkari and I were born, with Carter and the CRA. Poor Kashkari is just picking up the pieces.

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