Add one more possible hurdle to repairing the economy: political grandstanding. Railing about excesses at bailed-out financial firms may be satisfying to legislators and their outraged constituents alike. But the stream of vitriol accompanied by threats of retaliatory action from Congress may be undermining the efforts by the Federal Reserve and the Treasury to fix the economy, some expert observers said.
Congress' rants don't help, some say
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