Fannie and Freddie have been convenient, if not exactly accurate, scapegoats for the financial crisis. Let's not extend this fraudulent scapegoating any further. We have more than enough information as to what happened, why, how and by whom, and Fannie and Freddie don't feature particularly high on that list. If we're truly concerned about the financial crisis, why are we also once again seeking to deregulate the banks and financial institutions that actually did do the real damage? Why weren't actual responsible senior management individuals punished for actual crimes? And why are we racing to that down the (already too flimsy) walls of Dodd Frank that at least attempt to prevent a recurrence of that financial crisis? Plus, hasn't Mr. Chaffetz already got a full plate with rather urgent investigations he should be carrying out right now? Or is his impending move to the private sector already too close? I think we've had rather enough of Mr. Chaffetz's 'unique' approach to investigation and 'truth seeking' already. He doesn't need this new toy to play with as he heads out the door.