That would be the same Robert Rubin who was a key architect of deregulation, and who went on to make millions running a firm that couldn't have existed without deregulation?
And he's defending deregulation?
What a shocking development!
UPDATE: Glenn says the idea of Rubin's legacy maintenance "undermines the 'It was Bush deregulation' talking point."
But we all know it happened before Bush, and it was bi-partisan -- the talking point is that another of its key architects is John McCain's economic guru.