"Dissed" is probably not a phrase commonly heard in the regulatory vernacular of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Yet, SEC chairman Harvey Pitt, and even the folks who annually compile Roget’s Thesaurus, would be hard pressed to come up with a better word to describe the commission’s recent treatment at the hands of the Bush administration.
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