GEORGE W. BUSH: Well, the regulations are on the books about sloppy
lending prices. And, yes -- the danger is, is that -- I mean, the logic
of your questioning is, OK, now in order to prevent a future collapse
from happening, we must over-regulate, or regulate a lot. And the danger --
CROWLEY: Or regulate more.
GEORGE W. BUSH: Well, I mean, it depends on what you're talking about.
The problem is regulation tends to stifle capital investment. And
capital investment is what's necessary to grow the economy. So you've
got to find the right balance.