I think it's rather funny how much some people - read congressmen and senators who are no better - want to show the esteemed chairman the door. Is it any different than NBC, for example, when the top dog oversees a debacle and still has his job? Should he go down with the ship or can he learn from the mistakes and get it right next time?
NBC is a whole lot less important than the Fed and basically I don't give a (insert favorite expletive) about it - NBC, that is.
Personally, I think the whole lot of them in Washington should go but half of the knuckleheads are already gone thanks to the change in administrations. The other half is still with us but short of a no-confidence vote for the entire government what is the alternative?
Is it too late to vote for Pat Paulson?