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John Budd’s Plain Talk: breezy observations about the business world. My favorite: “Noting that CEO’s and CFO’s must, under rules of Sarbanes-Oxley, certify the integrity of the financial disclosures that are making (‘…so help me, God.’) former chairman/CEO of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Edward A. Kangas, asked guests at a Committee for Economic Development luncheon at NY’s Waldorf Astoria why shouldn’t the same requirement apply to politicians? ‘Let them attest to the fact that they know what they are voting on,’ he suggested, to a roar of approval. Imagine the fuss this would cause. Oh My!”