Maybe someone already responded to Stossel's moronic whining, but here's a quick response. First, Stossel is completely wrong about regulation. Romney showed that he clearly understood regulations and the effect they have on the market. He spoke very specifically about provisions in Dodd-Frank. He also explained why some regulation is necessary. Most rationale individuals who have studied history understand that. While no regulation might be best for business, it is not always the best for the people. Besides, it took the wind out of Obama's scare tactic that Romney wants to let businesses run amok and do whatever they like.