Ira Stoll on the Difference Between Mitt Romney's and Barack Obama's Wall Street Fundraising


If President Obama tries to make political advantage out of JPMorgan Chase's $2 billion trading losses, writes Ira Stoll, don't be surprised to see the Romney campaign respond that it was President Obama inviting Mr. Dimon in for a state dinner, a holiday reception, and a private Oval Office meeting, while Mr. Romney is the one winning the support of a new breed of more nimble, non-bank financial industry start-ups for whom government relations is not a core competency.