Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae got delisted from the NYSE.

Despite $145 billion in taxpayer funds spent to shore them up, shares have dropped below $1, so they no longer qualify for inclusion on the exchange.

Yet our government shamelessly passes legislation that tells private credit card companies what they can charge in the way of fees. I like the convenience of my credit card and am fine with the fees they charge.

The government should clean up its own mess before it worries about what we’re doing.

They haven’t met the requirements for being listed on the NYSE for a couple of years.

What took so long?