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Thanks for posting this

Very interesting, they both have valid points, but beyond that they both have a "belief" system at work here. Stossel, the free market belief and Nader the government can fix it belief, both are partially right and wrong at the same time. Both sides have what we call an "inherent vice", governments cronyism and the capitalistic desire for special advantages are both fatal flaws in the system. It's like the Asian symbol of the ying and yang, a balance of regulation and market competition is needed, that balance will never happen as long as corrupt money is allowed to buy politicians and regulators.