See What People Are Saying About... Too Much Gov't Intervention


"The recent one-two punch of rising joblessness and shrinking payrolls has restarted the recession debate," writes CNBC's Albie Bozzo on this website.

He also says "after a bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac , as well as $168-billion of fiscal stimulus measures, a housing-rescue package and three-and-a-quarter percentage points worth of Federal Reserve interest rate cuts, the economy is still struggling and in some ways looks worse than ever."

Bozzo is a smart guy -- and he made us think maybe the economy should be left to work through its problems on its own. And that leads to our Fast Money Reader Poll.

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