"I just don't think I made a lot of friends in Washington,"
--Neil Barofsky, the outgoing special investigator general for TARP, who resigned on March 30th. Barofsky was in charge of monitoring the banks and automakers after they received a $411 billion bailout from the government and had a falling out with the Treasury department. Barofsky is critical of the banking system's relationship to the government in a write-up in Fortune by Duff McDonald, who calls him one a "lonely voice of dissent."
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