The fact that the Troubled Asset Relief Program is ending with a net loss to taxpayers of only $50 billion or less is good news for taxpayers.
But it's not likely to be good news for the politicians who supported the program in the first place -- and who have been defending their votes for the better part of two years.
TARP may have prevented a financial collapse. It remains, however, one of the least popular government programs to have been enacted in recent years.
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