In the past week, the FED added ANOTHER $200 billion to the system... letting flagging financial companies literally trade crap for treasuries. In the past week, rumors abounded about Bear Stearns, meanwhile its stock continued to crater. In the past week, the chairman of the SEC, Chris Cox, amazingly told reporters that Bear Stearns' liquidity was just fine. Why would Chris Cox, the head regulator, be acting as a lawyer for a company the SEC regulated? In the past week, the CEO of Bear Stearns, in an interview, stated liquidity was fine. Will Chris Cox be called in front of congress for this?