Assuming the looming global economic slow down leads into a Eurozone crisis that causes a meltdown of at least 2007-2008 proportions, will the people who foisted Dodd-Frank on us admit that Congress doesn't know what it is doing, has been unable to "fix" the markets, probably just make things wrose when they legislate, and admit that they should just leave it up to the markets to sort these things out? Or will they frak out and pass even more burdensome, costly, ineffectual, and economy-stifling legislation?
BTW, Sarbanes-Oxley was just about 60 pages long. Dodd-Frank was around 850 pages. My math skills are too rusty to figure out how many pages that projects a Eurozone crisis bill would require and I know you can't make straight line progressions from an n of 2, but even so the mind boggles.