Corker: GOP erred on financial reform

Tennessee Republican Sen. Bob Corker said Thursday that he still thinks a bipartisan financial reform bill can be put into law,  The Tennessean reports.

Corker, who was mayor of Chattanooga during much of that city’s downtown redevelopment, isn’t your average 2010 conservative. He is a proponent of those public-private partnerships that are becoming more controversial by the day in Wichita, partnerships that clearly turned his city around over 40 years.

Not to mention the mention The Tennessean article in which he criticizes the lack of financial regulation of financial markets “in good times.”